Husqvarna Motorcycles have announced their 2025 TC and FC, motocross model range with two new two-stroke models in the line-up – a TC 150 and TC 300 – plus update to the chassis’.

Just like a few years ago, Husqvarna is building back up to full-strength with its model range which, for 2025, grows back to be seven-strong.

That model range is a 125, 150, 250 and 300cc two-strokes plus 250, 350, and 450 four-stroke – now all we need is the 500 back to complete the set, right? Or is that exclusive for us in enduro? In which case, as you were Husqvarna.

Husqvarna are rightly going big on the two new additions, the 150 and 300 which are no doubt responses to market trends and customer demand which shows a swing back in favour of the two-strokes latterly.


The new TC 150 “bridges the gap between the TC 125 and the TC 250” Husqvarna says. With more overall power and boosted torque compared to the 125 it is based upon. It’s a match for riders looking to gain an advantage against 250cc four-strokes, Husky say.

They add the same philosophy applies to the new TC 300 which naturally enough is a bigger bore version of the TC 250, but more capable of living with 450 four-strokes thanks to more torque and peak power.

Updates to the frame

As we saw recently with the updates to Husqvarna’s orange-coloured brothers (first look here), the latest generation Austrian frame on all seven models is updated for 2025. “Material [is] reduced around the upper shock mount and at the front of the chassis”, revisions which were introduced to improve flex characteristics, reduce weight, and improve cornering without compromising straight-line stability.

Add to that the three four-stroke models also have new engine mounts which Husqvarna say improves agility.


Further chassis revisions include new suspension settings, linkage seals, and a smaller diameter linkage bolt to save weight. Redesigned tank shrouds allow easier access to the adjusters on the WP shock too and the seat height is 5mm higher and wider at the lowest point for easier movement they say.

Naturally there’s also a fresh-ish look to the bikes for 2025 plus come with electronic aids (plus have more options available) rider aids like launch control, traction control, mapping options and the Connectivity Unit.

New for 2025 also are Dunlop’s latest MX34 tyres, which improve acceleration and cornering, plus there’s the high-spec standard components like ProTaper handlebars, ODI grips, and (2024 TE and FE owners take note) Brembo clutch and brake systems retained for their proven performance and durability.


2025 Husqvarna TC and FC model range technical highlights:

  • Revised chassis for enhanced flex and cornering agility
  • New linkage seals and linkage bolt for smoother shock performance and weight savings
  • New Dunlop Geomax MX34 tyres for exceptional grip on all surfaces
  • New engine mounts on FC models further improve chassis flex
  • New WP suspension settings adapted to the revised chassis
  • Revised radiator shrouds finished with new graphics
  • Revised swingarm improves durability of the chain slider
  • Slightly higher and wider seat with a high-grip cover for maximum control and manoeuvrability
  • Throttle body fuel injection on 2-stroke engines ensures class-leading power and rideability
  • FC 250 and FC 350 DOHC engines deliver class-leading torque and peak power
  • Multifunctional Map Select Switch offers two engine maps and houses the Quickshifter, Traction, and Launch Control buttons on all 4-stroke models
  • Aluminium-polyamide hybrid subframe construction provides specifically calculated rigidity and advanced durability
  • WP XACT 48 mm front forks with AER technology offer progressive end-of-stroke damping
  • WP XACT rear shock design with CFD-optimised main piston and tool-free adjusters
  • High-performance Brembo hydraulic clutch system
  • Premium-quality ProTaper handlebars and ODI grips
  • Electric starter on all models powered by a lightweight Li-Ion 2.0 Ah battery

A competition-focused range of Technical Accessories is also available including the Connectivity Unit Offroad which pairs with Ride Husqvarna Motorcycles app to help you create and save multiple engine maps and suspension set-ups to suit a variety of racing surfaces and conditions.

Check out also the apparel/causal/riding clothing range which includes riding gear and protective wear with every product designed in line with the 2025 line-up of motocross models available from Husqvarna Motorcycles.

Despite what we heard were a heap of 2024 machines still unsold, Husqvarna say the 2025 motocross range will be available at authorised Husqvarna Motorcycles dealers worldwide, although adds “availability may differ from country to country”.

For details on pricing and availability, please check in with you nearest dealer.

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