TC 300 2025 Media

Model Description

New for 2025 is the TC 300. Designed to deliver next level motocross performance, the all-new machine is powered by an easy-to-ride, fuel-injected, and powerful 2-stroke engine. An electric starter ensures easy starting, with a 5-speed Pankl gearbox offering smooth and positive gear changes. For an unrivalled riding experience, the combination of the perfectly balanced chromium molybdenum frame and WP suspension provide class-leading handling and comfort. The new TC 300 is finished with ergonomic bodywork for unrestricted rider movement with the graphics applied using in-mold technology for a durable finish.

The fuel-injected, 300 cc engine offers the best combination of unrivalled peak power and usable torque. Lightweight in construction, the engine design centralises mass, which plays a vital role in the handling and agility of the new machine. An electronic exhaust control system tailors the power in every gear to ensure maximum performance on every part of the race track. The new TC 300 57hp engine is easy to maintain, with clear markings on the engine covers indicating where to check the gearbox oil level, as well as where to drain the coolant from.


With Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI) as standard on the TC 300, the traditional powervalve is replaced with an electronic exhaust control system. This highly innovative technology manages the opening of the lateral exhaust ports before the main exhaust ports open to deliver strong, controllable power. The upper contour of the exhaust port features a machined finish for improved port timing and unrivalled performance.

The crankshaft is designed with weight reduction in mind to increase throttle response. The perfect balance of rotating masses is achieved by balancing the weights of the crankshaft flywheel, the rotor, and the counter balancer shaft.


High-pressure die cast production processes allow for the crankcases to be manufactured with a thinner wall thickness to keep the overall weight to a minimum and to position the shaft arrangements perfectly for optimised mass centralisation. This clever design aids the overall balance and agility of the TC 300 while the symmetrical engine mounts further improve the chassis’ flex characteristics.

The TC 300 features an innovative laterally mounted counter balancer shaft. This shaft significantly reduces engine vibration, resulting in a smoother and more comfortable ride.


The damped diaphragm steel (DDS) clutch fitted to the TC 300 is unique as a single diaphragm steel pressure plate is utilised instead of traditional coil springs. Housed inside a CNC machined steel basket, the overall clutch design contributes to the compact engine layout and features a damping system for improved traction and durability.


The TC 300 features a 5-speed gearbox manufactured exclusively by Pankl Racing Systems for the highest level of durability and ensures smooth and precise shifting. In addition, the gear lever tip design offers improved leverage and prevents dirt build-up, even in the toughest conditions.


For 2025, the frame around the shock mount and steering head has less material, with revised wall thickness in higher stress areas improving overall strength. Together, these changes reduce the weight of the frame by 300 g for improved cornering, unparalleled rider feedback, energy absorption, and exceptional straight-line stability. The frame is finished with a premium metallic blue powder coating with frame protectors offering superior protection, durability, and grip in any condition.


Made from 60% polyamide and 40% aluminium, the two-piece subframe ensures exceptional strength and durability at an overall weight of just 1.8 kg. The lower subframe spars and frame mounts are manufactured from cast aluminium for significantly improved reliability. The upper section of the subframe is made from injection-moulded polyamide to enable specific flex characteristics and ensure a lightweight construction.


Working in unison with the frame design and suspension set-up, the CNC-machined triple clamps ensure precisely calculated geometry for increased stability. Handlebar flex can be customised with the handlebar clamp that offers two mounting options – rubber-damped for less vibration, or fixed for enhanced front-end feedback. The upper triple clamp is stiffer to ensure a smoother fork action and plays a vital role in the perfect alignment of the front wheel for superior handling.


The 48 mm WP XACT-AER forks have been revised for 2025 to work with the new frame, reducing weight while providing more flex. Designed as a closed cartridge system, the forks have a capsulated, adjustable air spring and pressurised oil chamber for smooth action and consistent damping. Oil and air bypasses reduce pressure peaks and in combination with a mid-valve damping system, together with a hydrostop that applies a progressive damping force in the last 40 mm of travel, the forks provide precise feedback to the rider. The settings are easily adjusted via the single air pressure pre-load valve, as well as through easy access click adjusters for compression and rebound. A pump to adjust the air spring pressure is provided with each machine.


Revised for the updated frame and lower in weight, the WP XACT rear shock offers 293 mm of travel. Inside is a Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) optimised main piston for improved initial comfort that provides strong hold-up in all conditions. The linkage system also features updated, lower friction seals while a new linkage bolt saves weight. Rebound and high and low speed compression settings can be easily adjusted by hand to simplify any set-up changes.


The swingarm is manufactured using a die-cast production process for optimal rigidity. To optimise and match the flex characteristics of the new chassis, a 22 mm rear axle is utilised. Additionally, the revised chain slider offers improved durability while the chain guide is designed to be less prone to catching on external objects.


The new bodywork has been designed to allow riders to perform at their very best for extended periods of time. Following countless hours of testing and refinements, the larger contact points and surfaces in the rider triangle enhance comfort, which in turn helps to reduce fatigue. A higher, wider seat offers unrestricted movement with revised tank shrouds and a high grip cover ensuring riders stay firmly in place under hard acceleration.


A stiffer, one-piece airbox design with an optimised air intake reduces air deformation, ensuring an unrestricted flow of air and maximum filter protection. The Twin Air filter is easily accessed without tools, by simply removing the left side panel for easy maintenance.


The high-performance Brembo hydraulic clutch system guarantees even wear, near maintenance-free operation, and perfect action in every condition. With this hydraulic system, free play is constantly compensated so that the pressure point and function of the clutch remain identical in cold or hot conditions, as well as over time. Countless hours of race-focused testing have proven the exceptional reliability of the high-quality, Italian-made Brembo hydraulic systems. 


The highest level of quality is guaranteed as the class leading Brembo brake calipers are made from single-piece aluminium for exceptional strength at the lowest possible weight. Together with a 260 mm front and a 220 mm rear disc, which are designed to prevent mud build-up, superior stopping power and braking confidence is guaranteed in all conditions. For 2025, a new, stronger rear brake pedal offers improved durability for continued braking performance.

Developed between Husqvarna Motorcycles and leading handlebar manufacturer, ProTaper, the exclusive bend offers superior comfort, class-leading strength, and fatigue resistance at the lowest possible weight.

ODI lock-on grips feature an innovative, integrated throttle mechanism and are installed without using glue. The throttle assembly offers easy free-play adjustment with the option to fit alternative cams for a personalised throttle action.


The CFD-designed footrests are extra wide to ensure better control of the machine while at the same time are less susceptible to catching on deep ruts, take-offs when scrubbing, and trackside barriers. This is achieved by a narrower mounting design in the frame layout, which also helps reduce overall weight.


Assembled with CNC-machined hubs, lightweight spokes, and strong, black-anodised alloy rims by D.I.D, the wheels of the TC 300 offer strength and minimal unsprung weight. New, Dunlop Geomax MX34 Motocross tyres are fitted and feature a proven block-within-a-block design for enhanced control and superior grip on a variety of riding surfaces.

The header pipe on the TC 300 is designed using innovative 3D modelling. The result is a perfect shape designed to deliver optimum performance across the rev-range while also being very compact to ensure sufficient clearance through deep ruts.


Manufactured from high-strength aluminium, the radiators are designed using computational fluid dynamics (CFD) to channel air through them in the most effective way. A large centre tube through the frame reduces pressure at this point in the system for a consistent coolant flow while an internal thermostat further enhances reliability.


A 7.2 litre fuel tank integrates neatly with the ergonomic bodywork and features an updated rubber cushion beneath it to protect against wear from the frame. The one-piece fuel pump and integrated filter allows the tank to be emptied further to offer an extended running time. For improved durability, the external fuel line is specifically routed to make it less exposed and susceptible to damage.


The electronic fuel injection system on the TC 300 brings many benefits. The ECU from Vitesco constantly analyses the running condition of the engine and delivers the perfect air/fuel ratio at all times through the state-of-the-art 39 mm Keihin throttle body. EFI also introduces two different engine maps, which can easily be activated via the handlebar-mounted switch for a personalised riding experience. Map 1 is backlighted in white, while Map 2 is backlighted in green. Additionally, a redesigned reed valve system improves intake tract sealing and prevents excess fuel building up, which would lead to rich running of the engine in extreme up or downhill sections.


For guaranteed, easy starting in all conditions, the TC 300 features highly reliable electric start technology with the system removing the need for a kickstart completely. The 12.8V 2 Ah Lithium-Ion battery is positioned neatly under the seat and close to the centre of gravity for uncompromised handling. Stopping of the engine is achieved via the same handlebar-mounted switch for improved ease of use and a simplified operation.


The electronic fuel injection (EFI) on the TC 300 allows for the introduction of two engine maps that cater for riders of all abilities. Map 1 (white) is the standard option and delivers linear, predictable power, while Map 2 (green) is more aggressive with a quicker throttle response and a sharper, more explosive power output. By simply pressing a button on the handlebar-mounted Map Select Switch, riders can toggle between the two options and select their chosen map.


The engine management system (EMS) is designed to be small, light, and fast at processing data. It incorporates a Rollover Sensor (ROS) that cuts the ignition and shuts off the engine in the event of a severe crash for an additional layer of safety. 

The hour meter comes with an integrated fuel level indicator, which is visible on the FI status LED, and warns the rider when the fuel level is getting too low.


The combined engine start/stop switch is located on the right side of the handlebar for easy, thumb-operated use. Not only simplifying the starting and stopping of the engine, but the removal of an additional stop only button from the handlebar reduces the risk of potential damage or activation in the event of a fall.

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Model Specification

  • Engine

    Engine Type

    1-cylinder, 2-stroke engine


    293.2 cc


    Electric starter


    Engine Management System

    Vitesco Technologies EMS

  • Frame


    72 mm


    72 mm

    Frame Design

    Central double-cradle-type 25CrMo4 steel


    520, Non-sealed

    Steering head angle

    63.9 degrees

    Total fuel tank capacity approx.

    7.2 litres

    Weight without fuel approx.

    99.6 kg

  • Transmission


    5 speed


    Wet, DDS multi-disc clutch, Brembo hydraulics

  • Suspension

    Suspension travel Front

    305 mm

    Suspension travel Rear

    293 mm

    Front Suspension

    WP XACT-USD, Ø 48 mm

    Rear Suspension

    WP XACT Monoshock with linkage

  • Wheels

    Brake system Front

    Brembo twin-piston floating calliper, brake disc

    Brake system Rear

    Brembo single-piston floating calliper, brake disc

    Brake discs - diameter Front

    260 mm

    Brake discs - diameter Rear

    220 mm

  • Dimensions

    Ground clearance (unloaded)

    346 mm

    Seat height (unloaded)

    946 mm

  • Other


  • Performance


  • Brakes

    ABS System