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Cycle (サイクル, Saikuru) is a Performance Tip released by Takara Tomy as part of the Burst System as well as the Dual Layer System. It debuted in Japan with the release of the B-69 Booster, Jail Jormungand Infinity Cycle, on January 21st, 2017. It later debuted in western countries with the release of Hasbro's Jumbo Jormuntor J2 and Ferro Fengriff F2 Dual Pack.


A Stamina Type Driver that rotates for a long time by increasing its centrifugal force with its disc that has two large blades that rotates freely.
— Official Description

Cycle features a low angle cone tip akin to Survive, but differs by having a free-spinning disc above the tip, akin to Metal Fight Beyblade's Eternal Defense 145, the housing of which also extends down around the tip creating a free spinning ring like an inverse Gyro. In theory, the disc is meant to contact the stadium floor when the Beyblade is off balance and bring it back upright while minimizing Stamina loss due to the disc's free spinning nature. In practice however, the disc does little to Stabilize a Combination and causes Stamina loss despite the free spinning nature as pressure at an angle, which is created by a listing Beyblade, creates resistance and makes the disc lock up. While the secondary point of contact created by the disc can create some level of Knock-Out Resistance equal to Orbit, the resistance caused by the disc locking up increases the risk of Bursts, unlike Orbit which increases Burst Resistance.


Due to this Tip's mediocre stamina and poor Burst Resistance caused by the disc, Cycle is outclassed by other Tips such as Revolve, Orbit and Atomic.

As such, Cycle is recommended for collection purposes only.


Takara Tomy



Takara Tomy



  • It is the second part to have two letters as an abbreviation (Cy.)