A biomorphic porous carbon coated with gradient SiC coating (SiC/BPC) was prepared by controlled carbonizing native pine under Ar atmosphere and then processed with precursor infiltration-pyrolysis (PIP) of organosilan. Microstructure and component of SiC/BPC were performed by SEM, EDS (attached with line scanning program) and XRD. The non-isothermal oxidation properties and mechanism of SiC/BPC were studied by TGA. The kinetic parameters were calculated through model-functions methods. Experimental results showed that SiC/BPC has a topologically uniform interconnected porous network microstructure, the SiC coating was amorphous and combines well with the carbon surface, which improved the oxidation resistance of BPC material about 150K. The non-isothermal oxidation reaction of SiC/BPC exhibited the characteristic of self-catalytic, the oxidation mechanism of SiC/BPC was 2-D diffusion, decelerator -t curve, the kinetic parameters are lgA/min-1= 15.483；E/kJ•mol-1 = 287.49.