2025 Husqvarna TC 250 Bike


Husqvarna TC 250 Bike
Model Year
Engine Size
Engine Type
Engine Displacement
Bore x Stroke
66.4 mm x 72 mm
Compression Ratio
Fuel System
Keihin Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI), 39mm throttle body
Vitesco Technologies EMS; electric starter with lightweight Li-Ion 12.8V 2.0 Ah battery under seat
Pankl Racing Systems 5-speed; wet, DDS (Damped Diaphragm Steel) multi-disc clutch with single diaphragm steel pressure plate instead of coil springs, Brembo hydraulics, CNC-machined steel clutch basket
Final Drive
Chain, #520, non-sealed
Suspension Front
WP XACT-USD AER forks, closed cartridge system with capsulated adjustable air spring, pressurized oil chamber, mid-valve damping system, compression adjust, rebound adjust, 48 mm diameter, hydrostop for improved bottoming resistance, 305 mm (12.0") travel
Suspension Rear
WP XACT Monoshock with linkage, Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) optimized main piston, low-friction SKF seals, revised linkage system, high/low-speed compression adjust, rebound adjust, 293 mm (11.5") travel
Brakes Front
Brembo hydraulic disc, 260 mm rotor
Brakes Rear
Brembo hydraulic disc, 220 mm rotor
Tires Front
Dunlop Geomax MX34, 80/100-21"
Tires Rear
Dunlop Geomax MX34, 110/90-19"
Overall Length
Overall Width
Overall Height
Seat Height
946 mm (37.2")
1490 mm (58.7")
Ground Clearance
346 mm (13.6")
26.1° (63.9° head angle)
Fuel Capacity
7.2 liters (1.9 gallons)
Curb Weight
99.6 kg (219.6 lbs) without fuel
• Updated and lighter frame with streamlined shock mount and steering head areas for enhanced flex and cornering agility, and revised wall thicknesses in higher stress areas for improved overall strength
• Updated rear shock linkage with lower-friction seals and a lighter-weight linkage bolt
• Revised fork and shock settings to improve weight distribution and increase overall response
• New chain slider and guide for improved durability
• Stiffer, one-piece airbox design with optimized air intake for better air flow and filter protection
• Stronger rear brake pedal for improved durability and braking performance
• Updated rubber cushion beneath fuel tank for protection
• One-piece fuel pump and integrated filter allows the tank to be emptied further
• Redesigned reed valve system improves intake tract sealing and prevents excess fuel build-up
• Updated bodywork and ergonomics offer riders improved ease of movement and enhanced comfort for less fatigue
• Higher, wider seat and revised tank shrouds offer more grip under hard acceleration
• New graphics that are applied using in-mold technology for a long-lasting finish
• Rollover Sensor (ROS) for EMS cuts ignition and shuts off engine in the event of a severe crash
• Hour meter with integrated fuel level indicator and status LED
• Combined thumb-operated start/stop switch
• Two engine maps, selectable via handlebar-mounted switch:
— Map 1 (white): standard for linear predictable power, suited to hard pack and slippery tracks
— Map 2 (green): aggressive for improved throttle response and sharper explosive power output, suited to sand and heavier track conditions
• Airbox: tool-free access to Twin Air filter via left side panel
• Cooling: liquid
• Engine: single-cylinder, 2-stroke, electronic exhaust control system, high-pressure die-cast crankcase, laterally-mounted counter-balancer shaft for reduced engine vibration
• Exhaust: 3D-modeled header pipe, aluminum silencer with aluminum bracket
• Frame: central double-cradle-type 25CrMo4 steel, metallic blue powder coating; two-piece aluminum-reinforced polyamide subframe (60% polyamide, 40% aluminum) with cast aluminum subframe spars and frame mounts; hollow die-cast aluminum swingarm with 22 mm rear axle
• Grips: ODI, lock-on
• Handlebar: ProTaper, aluminum, 22/28 mm diameter
• Handlebar mount: two mounting options — rubber damped for less vibration or fixed for enhanced feedback
• Hubs: CNC-machined
• Radiators: high-strength aluminum, with internal thermostat
• Rims: D.I.D, anodized aluminum
• Triple clamps: CNC-machined with stiffer upper clamp
• Includes air pump for fork
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