|“||My absolute favorite thing in the world is Beyblade!||”|
- Valt Aoi, Beyblade Burst - Episode 1
Valt Aoi (蒼井バルト, Aoi Baruto) is the main protagonist of the anime and manga series Beyblade Burst. He is an enthusiastic Beyblader who founded Beigoma Academy's Beigoma Academy BeyClub where he served as captain. He competed in the National Tournament with Victory Valtryek and was the runner-up, but gained enormous popularity due to his incredible performance.
In Beyblade Burst Evolution, Valt's Beyblade received an upgrade to Genesis Valtryek and was scouted by BC Sol to participate in the World League where he served as vice-captain. Following their tournament win, Valt competed in the International Blader's Cup, where he defeated his long-time friend and rival Shu Kurenai in the tournament finals for the title of "Number One Blader in The World".
In Beyblade Burst Turbo, Valt enters his second year as world champion and gives his Strike Valtryek an upgrade to prepare for competition. With his Wonder Valtryek 12 Volcanic, he successfully defends the title against multiple challengers, including former world champion, Lui Shirosagi, but loses to Aiger Akabane in a match that destroys his Beyblade.
Even after the loss, Valt continues to pursue his Beyblading career and seeks to help Aiger Akabane, who has become possessed by Z Achilles and builds a new Beyblade: Turbo Valtryek. He also won back his title of World Champion from Hyde which he later lost to Aiger again.
- 1 Appearance
- 2 Personality
- 3 Biography
- 4 Beyblades
- 5 Beybattles
- 6 Official Descriptions
- 7 Anime Appearances
- 8 Relationships
- 8.1 Shu Kurenai
- 8.2 Rantaro Kiyama
- 8.3 Ken Midori
- 8.4 Daigo Kurogami
- 8.5 Wakiya Murasaki
- 8.6 Xander Shakadera
- 8.7 Chiharu Aoi
- 8.8 Toko Aoi and Nika Aoi
- 8.9 Kento Aoi
- 8.10 Lui Shirosagi
- 8.11 Free De La Hoya
- 8.12 Shasa Guten
- 8.13 Cuza Ackermann
- 8.14 Kristina Kuroda
- 8.15 Kit Lopez
- 8.16 Aiger Akabane
- 8.17 Dante Koryu
- 8.18 Delta Zakuro
- 8.19 Hikaru Hizashi
- 8.20 Hyuga Hizashi
- 8.21 Valtryek
- 9 Quotes
- 10 Videos
- 11 Gallery
- 12 Trivia
- 13 References
Valt is quite short compared to other characters, but he grows between the seasons. He has water-blue hair that's held up by a blue headband with yellow accents, fair skin and brown eyes. He also has red markings on his left cheek below his eye; the upper marking appears lightning-shaped with an extra line emerging from it, and the middle and lower markings are right triangle shaped.
Valt's attire during the first 2 seasons of the Beyblade Burst anime consisted of a red short-sleeved hoodie with a yellow "V" emblem on the front, a light blue body warmer with cerulean borders over the top with a smaller black "V" on a black-bordered yellow circle design on the left side and a black-bordered yellow circle with a black Beyblade symbol on the back, blue rolled-up trousers, black fingerless gloves with yellow cuffs and yellow borders around the finger sleeves, and blue high top shoes with yellow quarter panels and white collars.
In Turbo, Valt has grown taller and sports a new outfit: a dark-blue t-shirt with white stripes, puffed-up collar and front zipper, a dark-electric blue and light blue body warmer with a yellow "V" on the left side and a yellow Beyblade symbol on the back, black gloves with blue cuffs and blue borders around the finger sleeves, blue pants with a brown belt and black shoes with white toe caps, soles and tongue.
In Rise, Valt wears a new outfit similar to his attire from the first two seasons, but in different colors. He now wears an orange short-sleeved hoodie with a red "V" emblem on the front, a green body warmer with yellow markings on the front and a yellow Beyblade symbol on the back, black gloves with blue cuffs, blue pants with white stripes at the ends with a brown belt, and black boots with white soles, two red stripes, and yellow borders.
In Surge, Valt wears another new outfit similar to his previous outfits. He wears a red hooded sweatshirt with a yellow "V" on the front, similar to his short sleeve hoodie from the first two seasons, his light-blue body warmer, his yellow-rimmed sleeveless black gloves, dark-blue pants, a brown belt with a yellow Beyblade symbol buckle, and black high top shoes with yellow quarter panels, white toe caps, and blue collars.
In DB, Valt wears a slightly modified version of his Surge attire, with his red sweatshirt being replaced with a red hooded short-sleeve shirt, his pants are now rolled up, and his black shoes are replaced with blue high top shoes with black and yellow sides and white outlines.
When he was younger, he wore a dark blue t-shirt with white sleeves and light blue accents. In addition, he wore brown shorts with black and white shoes.
Valt has a very childish personality, tending to clown around obliviously in his spare time. Valt has a habit of getting easily excited, as well as getting overconfident in his abilities, despite being a rookie Blader. Valt's tendency to be oblivious becomes a frequent gag throughout the series, including the time when he battled Zac in disguise and assumed it was only a dream (Albeit he was really tired from training that day).
He is also extremely sensitive, as he gets angry when others insult him or his friends, and cries easily when upset. Valt is extremely hardworking when it comes to Beyblade practice, to an extent where he will undergo vigorous training to become a better Blader. He is also shown to have a vivid imagination and has some mediocre artistic skill, seen when he attempts to draw Xeno Xcalius Magnum Impact from memory, Valtryek's new design from the dream he had on the plane to Spain, and when he tries to draw a picture of Raul. This is also seen when he attempts to draw Xander Shakadera during the Team Tournament.
Valt has also been seen to be very rash, preferring to charge into a situation without a plan, as seen during his first ever Beybattle against Rantaro Kiyama, where his Beyblade was sent flying out of the stadium due to battling without knowing anything about Beyblade. This is expanded in the anime, where Valt's nerves get the best of him and he closes his eyes when he launches, causing a bad launch.
Despite this, Valt is proven to be very tactical in his battles. After losing his first battle with Rantaro, he realized that his opponent was susceptible to barrage attacks, performing a Rush Launch to produce a counter spin and win the rest of the match with a Burst Finish.
It's been demonstrated several times that Valt possesses the ability to be mindful about his skills as well as to learn from his mistakes and correct them after he acknowledges his defeats. This is a trait he shares with Tyson Granger and Kai Hiwatari respectively from the original series.
Another one of Valt's traits is his tendency to get caught up in his matches and create new launching techniques without even realizing it. During his match with Xander, Valt created the Sprint Boost, but had no idea he had done so until it was pointed out to him.
Valt is known for his social, outgoing demeanor and ability to make friends, and as a testament to his friendliness, he is also extremely forgiving and willing to look past people's misdeeds, as he forgave Daigo Kurogami for what he did to Valtryek in episode 5 and befriends him, and later forgives Naoki Minamo for using him and his friends in an experiment. The most notable example of this is when he welcomed his friend Shu back after defeating him in the International Blader's Cup and harbored no resentment towards him for what he did as Red Eye.
He is also known for his good sportsmanship; he generally doesn't care whether he wins or loses as long as he gets to have a fun battle. The best example of this was when he lost to the cruel Lui Shirosagi in the finals of the Individual Tournament due to Victory Valtryek self-bursting via a crack in the Beystadium. When Lui demands a do-over, Valt simply states that he beat him fair and square and that he'll defeat him for real one day, showing that he has matured since the beginning of the first season.
Valt's favorite food is his mother's homemade bread: he especially likes nikuman (pork bun bread) so much that it moves him to tears.
Valt apparently has poor cooking skills, as he once carbonized a batch of Beyblade Bread and attempted to make a batch of Napolitan, only for his friends to not like it.
It is well-known that Valt has a very strong connection with his Bey, Valtryek. He often talks to it and even seems to be able to hear and understand what his Bey is saying. He is also very protective of Valtryek, and becomes greatly upset when his Bey is either misplaced or stolen.
Valt suffers from stage fright at times. When put under the spotlight or in front of large crowds, he freezes up and walks like a wind-up toy. By the events of Beyblade Burst Evolution, his nerves are calmed down, and he becomes slightly more serious in public.
After Beyblade Burst Evolution, Valt has become much more mature and serious in battles, though he still retains his sociable and friendly demeanor, as well as some of his clumsiness.
Valt is introduced in Let's Go! Valtryek!!, where he is first seen at the start of a battle against Rantaro Kiyama. Despite talking like a bigshot, Valt lets his nerves get ahold of him and performs two bad launches, costing him the entire match. Furthermore, due to his clumsy attitude, he was forced to stay behind and clean up the mess Victory Valtryek created in the gym.
After seeing his best friend Shu Kurenai in a TV broadcast, Valt fires up and decides to do some intensive training before entering a local tournament. During the registration and opening of the first round, Valt's nerves once again get the better of them, causing him to mess up his tournament profile picture and walk to the stadium with stiff feet. In his battle against Rantaro, despite losing the first battle, he adjusted his launch to create a Rush Launch and win the match with a Burst Finish. After that he invites Rantaro into his Bey club.
Valt then gains permission from Principal Shinoda to start a Bey club at school if he can get at least 5 members. The club initially has only Valt himself and Rantaro. Valt also asks Shu to join, but he declines.
Later Valt meets Ken Midori, a shy Blader with two puppets named Keru and Besu, whom Valt must face in the next round of the tournament. Valt later finds out that Ken's family travels a lot because of their puppetry business, which led to Ken not having many friends. In the next round of the tournament, Valt wins the battle with a Burst finish and Ken leaves feeling upset. Later, Valt finds him and asks him to join the BeyClub which Ken says he will on the condition that he can face Shu in a Beyblade battle. With some convincing from Valt, Shu eventually agrees to face Ken, with Shu easily winning. Ken later shows up at Valt's house, saying that he wants to join the Beyblade club, much to Valt's excitement as they just need two more members to make the club official.
Later on, Valt meets his next opponent in the tournament: Daigo Kurogami at school. Daigo claims to be impressed with Valt's battle and challenges him to a practice match, which raises Ken's suspicions. Daigo proceeds to lose on purpose to learn Valt's technique, which greatly upsets Valt.
Later, Valt tries his Rush Launch, but he keeps messing up due to being upset. Come time for his battle with Daigo, he gets over this and they tie in several rounds before Valt eventually wins. Both bladers have the time of their lives and Daigo eventually joins the BeyClub.
In this anime, he is scouted by and joins the Spanish team BC Sol. With the help of Rantaro, he managed to get the team 1st in the World League. He was briefly the leader of the team when former champion Free left the team. Along the way, Valt learned that Shu was under control of evil forces and saved him before it was too late. He eventually became the Number 1 Blader in the World after winning the International Blader's Cup, a title that he held for 2 years.
2 years after winning the International Blader's Cup, Valt continues his reign as the world champion, holding the record for most consecutive title defenses and wins. To prepare for his latest round of challengers, Valt seeks out legendary BeyTrainer Taiga Akabane and convinces him to upgrade his Beyblade, creating the Turbo Beyblade, Wonder Valtryek. He also finds a friendship and protégé in Taiga's son, Aiger Akabane. Using his new Turbo Beyblade, Valt continues to successfully defend his title up until his rematch against Aiger, who destroys his Bey. Later on, he rebuilds his broken Wonder Valtryek into Turbo Valtryek and travels to the mysterious Dead Gran to challenge Hyde, the Blader who had stolen the World Champion title from Aiger. He eventually manages to defeat Hyde and reclaim the title which he later lost to Aiger again.
One year after the battle between Aiger Akabane, Valt Aoi continues to Beyblade as he makes a new Gamma Bey, Sword Valtryek. He also becomes a mentor to two Bladers at BC Sol, Dante Koryu and Delta Zakuro.
- Valtryek Wing Accel: Valt's Beyblade in the manga, until is was destroyed by Xander Shakadera.
- Victory Valtryek Boost Variable: Valt's replacement for Valtryek Wing Accel in the manga and his Beyblade in the first season of the Beyblade Burst anime.
- Genesis Valtryek 6Vortex Reboot: Valt's first Beyblade in the Beyblade Burst Evolution anime and manga series, replacing Victory Valtryek. Valt occasionally removes the Vortex Disc Frame for increased speed.
- Strike Valtryek 6Vortex Reboot: Valt's upgraded Beyblade in the Evolution anime and manga series with the Strike God Chip attached to his Genesis Valtryek Energy Layer. The tip was later destroyed by Shu Kurenai. 
- Genesis Valtryek 6Vortex Ultimate Reboot: Valt's Beyblade in the Evolution anime and manga series, without its Strike God Chip.
- Strike Valtryek 6Vortex Ultimate Reboot: Valt's final Beyblade in the Evolution anime and manga series. It featured the Strike Valtryek Energy Layer and Ultimate Reboot Performance Tip created by Raul Comas to replace the original Reboot tip that was destroyed by Shu's Spryzen Requiem. He used this combo in the final match of the International Blader's Cup against Shu's Spryzen Requiem. 
- Wonder Valtryek 12 Volcanic: Valt's first Turbo Beyblade during the Beyblade Burst Turbo anime and manga series, replacing Strike Valtryek. It was destroyed by Aiger's Z Achilles during their championship match.
- Turbo Valtryek Zenith Evolution: Valt's Turbo Awakening Beyblade in the Turbo anime and manga series.
- Sword Valtryek Blitz Power Retsu: Valt's Gamma Beyblade in the Beyblade Burst Rise anime and manga series.
- Brave Valtryek Evolution' 2A: Valt's Lightning Beyblade in the Beyblade Burst Surge anime and manga series.
- Unknown DB Beyblade:
- Sprint Boost: Valt walks away from the stadium and then jumps three times to launch with more speed and power.
- Aerial Boost: Valt starts off with a Sprint Boost, but instead of stopping at the Beystadium, he jumps into the air and then launches, giving Valtryek even more power.
- Turbo/Rise Launch (Unnamed): Valt starts spinning, gaining speed from every rotation and once the countdown gets to one, he stomps and launches. This launch style brings a whole lot of speed and power into Turbo Zenith Evolution and Sword Valtryek Blitz Power Retsu. And this launch style is continued throughout Beyblade Burst Surge.
- Lightning Launch: When a Blader has achieved complete synchronization with his Beyblade, the Launcher will illuminate and sparkle, granting the bey a temporary increase in speed and power.
- Rush Launch: This move consists of Valt lowering his launcher to increase Valtryek's rotational speed and launch at a lower angle compared to a normal angle. This causes Valtryek to ride the stadium's slope to increase its speed and hit the opponent's Bey. When the launch is successful, Valtryek does it so fast that the opponent's Bey is unable to escape and is hit with a powerful barrage of attacks if it is in the center of the stadium.
- Flash Launch: Usually reserved as Valt's trump card during Beyblade matches, this technique employs a modified Rush Launch stance to launch his Beyblade while his launcher is angled parallel to the stadium bed. When launched, Valtryek will attack the opponent's Bey along an outward spiral path in a repeated high-speed blitz.
- Ultra Flash Launch: This technique incorporates the Flash Launch and exploits Valtryek's tip's unique performance on the stadium's outer rim to increase its speed exponentially.
- Ultra Flash Rush Launch: The technique is very similar to the Ultra Flash Launch, but instead of an edge-driving blitz attack, the speed-boosted Valtryek drives the opponent's Bey to the stadium center and traps them in a barrage of steep curves and sideswipes becoming a souped-up Rush Launch.
- Winged Launch: Winged Launch is Valtryek's most powerful technique in the first season. It comes into effect after when Valtryek ricochets off the walls of the Beystadium, creating tremendous speed and power.
- Ultra Winged Launch: This technique incorporates the Ultra Flash Launch to increase its speed exponentially so that Valtryek can crash into the walls off Beystadium.
- Spring Attack: The spring in Genesis Valtryek's and Shadow Valtryek's Energy Layers get pushed back for extra power in attacks. It allows Valtryek to throw opponents off its Layer dealing more damage and rebound off the walls, gaining more speed and power and taking less damage.
- Spring Rush Launch: This attack starts off as a normal Rush Launch, but then Genesis Valtryek then uses Spring Attack each time it hits the stadium wall, giving Rush Launch even more attack power than normal.
- Spring Winged Launch: This attack starts off as a normal Winged Launch, but then Genesis Valtryek uses Spring Attack each time it hits the stadium wall, making Winged Launch a faster and more powerful attack then before.
- Genesis Reboot: When Genesis, Strike and Shadow Valtryek is pushed to the limit, its tip pulls inward, causing it to speed up.
- Genesis Whip: With the Genesis Special placed on the Energy Layer, Strike Valtryek uses the combined 2 blades to slash across the opposing Beyblade's Energy Layer using the two lined up blades to increase striking power and do massive damage.
- Ultimate Genesis Reboot: Similar to Genesis Reboot, the "Ultimate Genesis Reboot" is a move that a Beyblade can use to achieve instantaneous speed and power using the in-battle tip change feature of the Ultimate Reboot Performance Tip.
- Ultimate Spring Attack: With the Ultimate Reboot Perfomance Tip, Genesis Valtryek bounces off the walls and causes the spring in its layer to be pushed to the limit and give it a powerful attack.
- Ultimate Spring Winged Launch: Genesis Valtryek uses its Ultimate Reboot Performance Tip to ride off the wall, causing the spring in its layer to be pushed to the limit. It then attacks the opponent with a head-on attack that springs the opponent of Valtryek's layer for more power.
- Ultimate Flash Launch: Valtryek rides along the stadium groove gaining speed and power, then quickly changes its trajectory to attack the opponent.
- Wonder Whip: Using the Volcanic Performance Tip, Wonder Valtryek speeds up and coats its metal blades in a bluish-light glow and performs a slash attack to the opponent, releasing a bluish-light energy aura and slashes the opponent with all its blades.
- Wonder Flash Launch: Wonder Valtryek uses the recoil from an opponent attack and speeds up on the Volcanic Driver, circling around towards the outer edge of the stadium, then attacks the opponent at great speed.
- Wonder Winged Launch: Wonder Valtryek uses the speed from its Volcanic Performance Tip to smash into the stadium wall then uses the metal on its Energy Layer to push off and gain tremendous speed and power.
- Turbo Awakening: When a blader and their Turbo Awakening system Beyblade are in complete synchronization, the Bey's Turbo Blades are released, which gives the Beyblade more attack power and can stop the Beyblade's Burst lock from advancing.
- Turbo Valtryek Whip: Turbo Valtryek uses its Turbo blade combined with its regular blade to slash the opponent with a powerful attack.
- Turbo Winged Launch: Turbo Valtryek rebounds off the Beystadium barrier for an immediate boost in speed and momentum.
- Turbo Flash Launch: Turbo Valtryek coats itself in a deeper blue light energy aura before ramming the opponent, impaling on contact.
- Hyper-Flux: When a Blader has achieved complete synchronization with their Beyblade, the Bey turns gold with an illuminating light and sparkles, granting it a temporary increase in speed and power.
- Wing Whip: The Wing Whip is an offensive special move that strikes the enemy Bey with tremendous power that utilizes all components of Valt's Sword Valtryek.
- Brave Sword: Utilizing its speed, Brave Valtryek strikes its opposing Beyblades with the three yellow rubber blades on the Brave Ring, dealing massive damage.
- Double Attack: After increasing their speed, Super Hyperion and Brave Valtryek slam into the opposing Beyblade from both sides with all their might, doubling the damage.
- Brave Flash: Brave Valtryek builds up speed by circling around the edge of the Beystadium and rams into the opposing Beyblade with the rubber blade on the Brave Ring, delivering a power slash attack.
- Synchro Lightning: As they move in complete synchronization, Brave Valtryek and Glide Rocktavor build up speed by using the Storm Beystadium's Storm Ring, then vault themselves in the air with the stadium's slope and slam down upon the opposing Beyblades to knock them out of the stadium.
|Beyblade Burst (Manga)|
|Shu Kurenai||00||Lose (0-2)|
|Rantaro Kiyama||01||Win (2-1)|
|Rantaro Kiyama||01||Win (2-0)|
|Wakiya Murasaki||04||Win (2-1)|
|Shu Kurenai||05-06||Lose (2-3)|
|Rantaro Kiyama||07||Win (2-0)|
|Rantaro Kiyama||08||No Result|
|Xander Shakadera||08||Lose (0-2)|
|Unknown Blader||09||Win (2-0)|
|Unknown Blader||09||Win (2-1)|
|Yugo Nansui||09||Win (2-0)|
|Kento Aoi||10||Unknown (flashback)|
|Shu Kurenai||10||Unknown (flashback)|
|Naoki Minamo||10||Win (3-1)|
|Beyblade Burst (Anime)|
|Rantaro Kiyama||01||Lose (0-2)|
|Rantaro Kiyama||01||Win (2-1)|
|Rantaro Kiyama||02||Lose (0-2)|
|Ken Midori||02-03||Win (2-1)|
|Rantaro Kiyama||04||Win (2-0)|
|Daigo Kurogami||05||Win (2-1)|
|Daigo Kurogami||06||No Result|
|Rantaro Kiyama||07||Lose (0-2)|
|Hoji Konda||08||Win (2-1)|
|Wakiya Murasaki||09||Lose (0-4)|
|Ken Midori||10||Lose (0-4)|
|Shu Kurenai||10||Lose (0-2)|
|Wakiya Murasaki||11-12||Win (3-1)|
|Shu Kurenai||14||Win (flashback)|
|Shu Kurenai||14-15||Lose (2-3)|
|Yugo Nansui||16||Win (2-1)|
|Xander Shakadera||16-17||Lose (0-3)|
|Xander Shakadera||21||Lose (1-4)|
|Daigo Kurogami||22||Win (2-0)|
|Ukyo Ibuki||22||Win (2-1)|
|Daigo Kurogami||23||Win (2-0)|
|Daigo Kurogami||23||Lose (0-1)|
|Rantaro Kiyama||24||Win (3-1)|
|Rantaro Kiyama||25||Win (2-0)|
|Zac||25||No Result (0-1)|
|Orochi Ginba||26||Win (2-1)|
|Hoji Konda||28||Win (2-0)|
|Quon Limon||30||Lose (0-2)|
|Ken Midori||31||Win (2-1)|
|Shu Kurenai||34||Draw (flashback)|
|Ben Azuki||35||Win (1-0)|
|Lui Shirosagi||38||Lose (0-2)|
|Lui Shirosagi||39||Lose (0-3)|
|Naoki Minamo||40||Lose (0-1)|
|Shu Kurenai||40||Lose (0-1)|
|Naoki Minamo||41||Win (3-1)|
|Naoki Minamo||42||Win (2-0)|
|Quon Limon||43||Win (3-1)|
|Rantaro Kiyama, Daigo Kurogami, Toko Aoi, and Nika Aoi||46||Win (4-0)|
|Xander Shakadera||46||Win (4-2)|
|Wakiya Murasaki||50||Win (2-0)|
|Daigo Kurogami||50||Win (2-0)|
|Lui Shirosagi||50-51||Lose (2-4)|
|Beyblade Burst Evolution|
|Silas Karlisle||01||Lose (0-2)|
|Silas Karlisle||01||Win (2-1)|
|Mark Strong||02||Win (2-0)|
|Rantaro Kiyama||02||Win (2-1)|
|Free De La Hoya||03||Lose (0-1)|
|Wakiya Murasaki||04||Win (2-1)|
|Silas Karlisle||05||Lose (1-3)|
|Django Del Toro||06||Win (2-0)|
|Rantaro Kiyama||07||No Result|
|Stan Hamburg||07||Win (2-1)|
|Cuza Ackermann||08||Lose (0-2)|
|Cuza Ackermann||09||Win (2-1)|
|Free De La Hoya||10||Lose (0-2)|
|Unknown Blader||11||Lose (0-2)|
|Daigo Kurogami||12||Lose (0-2)|
|Shasa Guten||12||Win (2-0)|
|Daigo Kurogami||13||Lose (0-2)|
|Daigo Kurogami||13||Win (2-0)|
|Arthur Lawrence||15||Win (2-0)|
|Ghasem Madal||15||Lose (0-2)|
|Red Eye||16||Lose (0-3)|
|Azure Eye||18-19||Win (2-1)|
|Red Eye (with Cuza Ackermann and Daigo Kurogami)||19||Lose|
|Shasa Guten||23||Lose (0-1)|
|Ghasem Madal||26||Win (2-0)|
|Battle Royale (vs. Rantaro Kiyama, Wakiya Murasaki and Xander Shakadera)||27||Win (5-0-0-0)|
|Ren Wu Sun (with Rantaro Kiyama and Cuza Ackermann)||29||Lose (0-0-0-6)|
|Ren Wu Sun||31||Win (2-1)|
|Xander Shakadera||32||Win (2-1)|
|Joshua Burns||34||Win (3-1)|
|Lui Shirosagi||36||Lose (0-2)|
|Free De La Hoya||38||Lose|
|Kurt Baratier||40||Lose (0-2)|
|Cuza Ackermann||42||Win (2-0)|
|Norman Tarver||44||Win (2-1)|
|Silas Karlisle||45||Win (2-0)|
|Shu Kurenai/Red Eye||45||Lose (1-2)|
|Boa Alcazaba||47||Win (2-0)|
|Kurt Baratier||48||Win (2-0)|
|Free De La Hoya||49-50||Win (1-2)
(Battle forfeited by Free due to injury)
|Shu Kurenai/Red Eye||50-51||Win (4-2)|
|Beyblade Burst Turbo|
|Aiger Akabane||01||Win (2-0)|
|Kurt Baratier||04||Win (3-1)|
|Lui Shirosagi||05||No Contest (2-2)|
|Silas Karlisle||13||Win (3-2)|
|Aiger Akabane||27-28||Lose (2-3)|
|Free De La Hoya||32||Lose (x4)|
|Kit Lopez||45||Win (4-2)|
|Aiger Akabane||51||Lose (2-3)|
|Beyblade Burst Rise|
|Dante Koryu||01||Win (2-0)|
|Arman Kusaba||04||Win (2-0)|
|Dante Koryu||04||Win (2-0)|
|Dante Koryu (with Aiger Akabane)||26||Result Unknown|
|Beyblade Burst Surge|
|Rantaro Kiyama and Silas Karlisle||01||Result Unknown|
|Hyuga Hizashi||01||Win (2-0)|
|Hikaru Hizashi||01||Win (2-0)|
|Hikaru Hizashi||04||Win (2-0)|
|Hikaru Hizashi||06||Result Unknown|
|Hyuga Hizashi & Free De La Hoya (with Hikaru Hizashi)||06||Win|
|Aiger Akabane, Hyuga Hizashi, Free De La Hoya, & Rantaro Kiyama (Battle Royale)||11||Lose|
|Rantaro Kiyama & Silas Karlisle (with Free De La Hoya)||12||Win|
|Free De La Hoya & Lui Shirosagi (with Hyuga Hizashi)||14||Win|
|Hyuga Hizashi||15||Win (3-0)|
|Lain Valhalla||15-16||Lose (1-3)|
|Hikaru & Hyuga Hizashi (with Shu Kurenai)||17||Win|
|Hikaru & Hyuga Hizashi (with Lain Valhalla; simulation)||18||No Contest|
|Dante Koryu & Lui Shirosagi (with Rantaro Kiyama)||20||Lose|
|Hikaru & Hyuga Hizashi (with Rantaro Kiyama)||21||Win|
|Free De La Hoya & Silas Karlisle (with Rantaro Kiyama)||22||Win|
|Aiger Akabane & Ranjiro Kiyama (with Rantaro Kiyama)||23||Lose|
|Shu Kurenai & Lain Valhalla (with Rantaro Kiyama)||24||Win|
|Hikaru & Hyuga Hizashi (with Rantaro Kiyama)||25||Lose|
Valt is a cheerful and energetic boy who is very passionate about Beyblade. He has a strong bond with his Bey Valtryek, and this relationship is one of the factors that motivates him to become a better Blader. Even though he can be a little over-enthusiastic at times, he manages to become friends with anyone as if he’s known them for years.
Valt is an outgoing and optimistic boy whose dream is to be the best Blader in the world. When his rival, Shu, moves abroad, Valt is inspired to join Spanish club BC Sol. Though an unknown on the global stage, his battles help him to grow as a Blader and eventually become an influential presence to others.
2 years ago, Valt travelled to Spain and defeated countless rivals on his road to becoming the #1 ranked Blader in the world. After a two-year winning streak, Valt is still the undisputed champion. Valt loves a challenge, but more than anything, he loves battling with his partner Valtryek.
BC Sol veteran and Blading legend Valt Aoi has bested countless rivals on his climb to the top of the Blading world. His sunny and larger-than-life presence never fails to make others smile. As the gold-standard for Bladers everywhere, Valt spends his days travelling the world, hosting tournaments and participating in exhibition battles.
A dominant presence in the world of Beyblade, Valt Aoi is hailed the greatest Blading legend on the planet and serves as an inspiration for legions of Bladers. But fame hasn’t gone to his head; he’s still the friendliest guy you’ll ever meet. Valt may be a household name, but he knows that even when you’re the best, there’s always something new to discover when it comes to Beyblade.
- Episode 01 - Let's Go! Valtryek!
- Episode 02 - Kerbeus: Guard Dog of The Underworld!
- Episode 03 - Blast-Off! Rush Launch!
- Episode 04 - Beyblade Club: Let's Get Started!
- Episode 05 - Into the Darkness! Dark Doomscizor!
- Episode 06 - Get Ready! Crash Course!
- Episode 07 - The Flash Launch! It's Crazy Fast!
- Episode 08 - A Powerful Opponent! Hyper Horusood!
- Episode 09 - Wyvron in the Way!
- Episode 10 - Get Over It! Trust in Valtryek!
- Episode 11 - Spryzen's Despair!
- Episode 12 - Shield Crash Menace!
- Episode 13 - Shu's Test!
- Episode 14 - The Battle We Promised!
- Episode 15 - A Fierce Battle! Valtryek Versus Spryzen!
- Episode 16 - A Group Lesson! Shakadera Special!
- Episode 17 - Extreme Xcalius!
- Episode 18 - Team Battle! It's Off the Hook!
- Episode 19 - Roktavor vs Unicrest!
- Episode 20 - Bring it Together! Chain Launch!
- Episode 21 - A Battle of Friendship!
- Episode 22 - Valtryek Awakens!
- Episode 23 - Lonely Doomscizor!
- Episode 24 - Full Strength, for Real!
- Episode 25 - The Mysterious Masked Blader!
- Episode 26 - Let's Do This Thing!
- Episode 27 - Training Camp! The Biting Stadium!
- Episode 28 - Mountains! Rivers! A Huge Stormy Adventure!
- Episode 29 - Eye On The Prize!
- Episode 30 - The Winged Snake! Quetziko!
- Episode 31 - Teachings of a Legend!
- Episode 32 - Cyclone Power!
- Episode 33 - Mega Flames! Dual Sabers!
- Episode 34 - The Beasts Bare Their Fangs!
- Episode 35 - Primal Attack! Beast Betromoth!
- Episode 36 - Rideout Rising!
- Episode 37 - Next Stop, Team Finals!
- Episode 38 - Battle to the Finish! Lost Luinor!
- Episode 39 - Into the Vortex! Lost Spiral!
- Episode 40 - All In! Going Solo!
- Episode 41 - Nepstrius' Trap!
- Episode 42 - Jumbo Jormuntor! The Venomous Snake!
- Episode 43 - Winged Launch!
- Episode 44 - Roar! Battle of the Beasts!
- Episode 45 - Spryzen vs Wyvron!
- Episode 46 - Battle for the Top! Valt vs Xander!
- Episode 47 - Star Battle!
- Episode 48 - Semi-Finals! Spin Versus Speed!
- Episode 49 - Old Rivals! Lui Versus Shu!
- Episode 50 - Overthrowing The King!
- Episode 51 - Final Showdown! Victory Valtryek!
- Episode 01 - Fresh Start! Valtryek's Evolution!
- Episode 02 - Fighting Spirit! Berserk Roktavor!
- Episode 03 - Drain Fafnir! Winding Up!
- Episode 04 - Whirlwind! Tempest Wyvron!
- Episode 05 - Surprise Attack! Kinetic Satomb!
- Episode 06 - Squad Shake Up!
- Episode 07 - Journey to the Top!
- Episode 08 - Season Opener! European League!
- Episode 09 - Alter Cognite! The Shape Shifter!
- Episode 10 - Free to Launch
- Episode 11 - BC Sol! A Team Divided
- Episode 12 - The Return of Doomscizor!
- Episode 13 - Twin Scythes! Double Strike!
- Episode 14 - Attack! Maximus Garuda!
- Episode 15 - Ghasem! The Airborne Blader!
- Episode 16 - The Search For Shu!
- Episode 17 - Shadow Magic! The Snake Pit!
- Episode 18 - The Underground Maze!
- Episode 19 - Secret Fire! Red Eye!
- Episode 20 - New Teammates! New Rivals!
- Episode 21 - Joshua vs. The Space Ninjas!
- Episode 22 - Blast Jinnius! Caller of Storms!
- Episode 23 - Infinity Stadium! Raul's Challenge!
- Episode 24 - World League! Setting the Stage!
- Episode 25 - Showdown! Surge Xcalius!
- Episode 26 - Genesis Reboot!
- Episode 27 - Worlds Collide! Home Turf!
- Episode 28 - Vampire! Deep Caynox!
- Episode 29 - The Fortress! Shelter Regulus!
- Episode 30 - Collision Course! To The Finals!
- Episode 31 - Big 5! Breaking Through!
- Episode 32 - Unrivaled! Triple Saber!
- Episode 33 - The World League Final!
- Episode 34 - Full Power! Spring Attack!
- Episode 35 - To The Podium!
- Episode 36 - Lúinor vs. Spryzen!
- Episode 37 - Challenge of Champions!
- Episode 38 - Requiem Project! Spryzen Unleashed!
- Episode 39 - Emperor of The Underground!
- Episode 40 - Bow Down! Boom Khalzar!
- Episode 41 - Colossus Hammer! Twin Noctemis!
- Episode 42 - BC Sol Scorcher!
- Episode 43 - White Hot Rivals!
- Episode 44 - Epic Evolution! Strike Valtryek!
- Episode 45 - Spryzen the Destroyer!
- Episode 46 - No Limits! Free vs. Lui!!
- Episode 47 - Full Force! Charging Up!
- Episode 48 - Teamwork! To the Semi-Finals!
- Episode 49 - The Fierce Four!
- Episode 50 - Breaking Point! Bursting Through!
- Episode 51 - A Champion is Crowned!
- Episode 01 - Time to Go Turbo!
- Episode 02 - Achilles vs. Forneus! (Flashback)
- Episode 04 - Land It! Z Breaker
- Episode 05 - Turbo Match! Valtryek vs. Lúinor!
- Episode 06 - Winter Knight! Battle Royale! (Flashback)
- Episode 13 - Lúinor Cup! Final Battle
- Episode 16 - Epic Voyage! Battleship Cruise
- Episode 25 - Super Dragon! Geist Fafnir! (Flashback)
- Episode 27 - Road to Glory!
- Episode 28 - Valt vs. Aiger!
- Episode 29 - Dark Prince! Dread Hades!
- Episode 30 - Aiger Goes Wild!
- Episode 31 - Rebirth! Turbo Valtryek!
- Episode 32 - Dread Tower! The Dark Citadel!
- Episode 35 - Spirit of Flame! Turbo Spryzen!
- Episode 36 - The Darkness Within!
- Episode 37 - Turbo Clash! Showdown At The Dark Citadel!
- Episode 38 - Rebirth! Turbo Achilles!
- Episode 39 - Aiger's Rematch! Unbreakable Bond!
- Episode 40 - Master of The Wind! Air Knight!
- Episode 41 - Hyde vs. Phi!
- Episode 43 - Lord of Destruction! Dread Phoenix!
- Episode 44 - Turbo Training! Xavier's Kingdom!
- Episode 45 - Turbo Training! Survival on The Savanna!
- Episode 46 - Take Flight! Aerial Showdown
- Episode 47 - Spirit of Flame vs. Lord of Destruction!
- Episode 49 - Aiger vs. Phi!
- Episode 50 - Aiger's Turbo Resonance!
- Episode 51 - Bonding! Aiger vs. Valt!
- Episode 01 - Ace Dragon! On The Rise!
- Episode 03 - Dragon vs. Fafnir!
- Episode 04 - Inspiration! Challenging Valt!
- Episode 07 - Bey Carnival! Epic Final!
- Episode 15 - Invasion! The New King! (Pictured)
- Episode 18 - Dragon vs. Apocalypse!
- Episode 19 - Dragon vs. Genesis!
- Episode 20 - Rebirth! Master Devolos!
- Episode 21 - Ultimate Creation! Eclipse Genesis!
- Episode 22 - Shining Ashindra!
- Episode 25 - The Greatest Tag Battle Ever!
- Episode 26 - Rising Friendship! Master Dragon!
- Episode 01 - The Blading Revolution!
- Episode 03 - Persistence! Kolossal Strike!
- Episode 04 - Listen to Your Bey's Voice!
- Episode 05 - Illusory Dragon! Mirage Fafnir!
- Episode 06 - Dream Team! Tag Battle!
- Episode 09 - Is This a Dream!? Or Is This a Nightmare!?
- Episode 10 - Rise to Victory! Triumph Dragon!
- Episode 11 - The Great Revolution! Legend Festival!/Super Z! Infinite Achilles!
- Episode 12 - Hyuga & Lean vs. Hikaru & Aiga!/A God Battle of Friendship!
- Episode 13 - A Tag Battle Among Men!/GT vs. Super Z!
- Episode 14 - Win and Go Forth, Zoom Zoom Zoom!/Strongest and Unbeatable vs. The New Generation!
- Episode 15 - Defeat Valt!/Explosive Battle!
- Episode 16 - Finals! Valt vs. Lean!/Limit Break! Hyperion and Helios!
- Episode 17 - The Fierce Crimson God! World Spriggan!/Tag Showdown! Valt & Shu!
- Episode 18 - Lucifer The End's Counterattack!/Computer! Beyblade Virtual!
- Episode 19 - The Best Tag Partner!/It Begins! Legend Super Tag League!
- Episode 20 - Take Down! Ultimate Storm!/Crash! All of Their Own Bonds!
- Episode 21 - The Climactic Legend Battle!/Burn, Flare! Spark!
- Episode 22 - Friendly Fire!? Limit Break: The End!/Next-Level Training! Jet Wyvern!
- Episode 23 - Burning! Manly! A Serious Battle!/Mad Storm! Raging Tempest!
- Episode 24 - No Spark!?/Bonds Between Beys!
- Episode 25 - Confident! Timid? Carefree!?/Surpass Your Limits! The Legendary Wall!
- Episode 26 - It's a Revolution! The Final Battle!/Break Through Our Limits! Our Flare!
Shu is Valt's best friend and classmate who he has known since they were both in kindergarten. They had received their first Beyblades at around the same time and had their first battle together. Initially Valt was the better Blader, however Shu quickly managed to surpass Valt after less than a year. Despite seeming strict, Shu cares deeply about Valt and is amazed when he makes progress in his battling. Even when Valt was still a novice, Shu saw Valt's potential, even stating in the first episode of the anime that Valt "could be a genius Blader". Valt is continuously inspired by the hard work and focus Shu puts into blading, and continually seeks advice from him. Valt was also deeply concerned when Shu injured his shoulder and did everything he could to keep his friend from getting hurt, even though it became a source of annoyance for Shu.
Later on in the season, Valt and Shu made a pact to meet each other in the finals of the Individual Tournament. Unfortunately, Shu ended up losing to Lui in Episode 49, causing him to believe that he let Valt down for not being able to uphold their promise. This ultimately became one of the driving forces for Shu's decision to travel to America and join the Raging Bulls. However, this also ended up jeopardizing their friendship, because after Shu lost to Free De La Hoya, the No.1 Blader in the World, he became even more desperate to defeat both him and Lui, which in turn led to him becoming the powerful and ruthless Red Eye.
When Valt discovered his identity, Shu roughly pushed him away and ordered him to stay away from him, having seemingly forgotten about Valt and disregarded their friendship/rivalry for the sake of creating Spryzen Requiem. Valt was visibly hurt by what his friend had become. Even so, Valt refused to give up on Shu, and during their final match of the International Blader's Cup, Valt managed to defeat Shu and free him from Spryzen's brainwashing, and he welcomed his friend back with open arms.
In Beyblade Burst Turbo he and Shu have reunited in the Dread Tower with their signature fist bump. They also talked to each other about how they meet Aiger and how he affected their relationship. Shu also cheering Valt on during the championship match until the very end. Even after Valt ended his title, Shu was still proud of him.
Valt and Rantaro have known each other for quite some time and are in many of the same classes together at Beigoma Academy. Like many characters in the show, Valt often calls Rantaro by his nickname, "Head Honcho" (Kumicho in the Japanese version). Despite their close friendship, the two sometimes get into minor disagreements, usually due to Rantaro's exasperation with Valt's cockiness. Regardless, the two always have each other's backs. In Evolution, Valt and Rantaro are both scouted by BC Sol and eventually end up on the same team together once again.
Ken stated in episode 13 that Valt was the first real friend he's ever had, since he didn't have many friends due to his family's career. Even when Ken had to move away again and the two ended up on different teams, they still remain great friends and rivals. Valt at one point even realized that Ken had been supporting him even before they became friends.
Valt and Daigo didn't have much of a relationship early on, mostly because the latter usually kept to himself. In episode 5, Daigo pretended to befriend Valt in order to learn his weaknesses and use them against him in their upcoming match. However, after Valt defeated Daigo, the two became friends for real, and the latter eventually joined the BeyClub. Since then, Daigo has become one of Valt's closest friends and strongest supporters. When it was discovered that Daigo cheated against Yugo and gave up on Beyblading, Valt took the news harder than anyone.
Initially, Valt and Wakiya had limited interactions for the first few episodes. Whenever the two did interact, Wakiya was rather condescending and dismissive of Valt, due to seeing him as an unworthy opponent and saying he only got far by being lucky. After Valt defeated him in episode 12, Wakiya's attitude towards Valt started to improve, and they eventually became teammates. In later episodes, Wakiya has shown to care about Valt despite trying to deny it, especially when he went out of his way to buy Valt some time by stalling his match in episode 40.
Xander is one of Valt's best friends. Valt knows him from his childhood and nowadays they are great rivals. The two often competed against one another (races, arm-wrestling, etc.), though Xander nearly always came out on top. But Valt never let that stop him from getting back up and trying again. Like Shu, Xander sees a lot of potential in Valt, and has mentioned that while he's always beaten him in their previous battles, he still manages to find a way to catch him by surprise.
Valt has a very close relationship with his mother. He often helps her out at the family bakery, while she always supports him in all of his upcoming battles and admires his strong Bey spirit. Chiharu is very loving and understanding towards her son and tries to help him out in any way she can, usually by encouraging him, cheering him up when he's sad, or by baking him her special Beyblade Bread. Valt loves his mother's baking so much that her pork bun bread is enough to move him to tears.
As his youngers siblings, Toko and Nika are among Valt's most vocal supporters. They both adore their older brother very much and even playfully tease him at times. They also like to pounce on him in order to wake him up in the morning.
Valt clearly looks up to his father and will always make sure that he makes him proud. Valt is also very understanding of his father's profession keeping him away from the family most of the time.
Lui and Valt are bitter rivals. At first, Lui thought of him as a joke, but, as the anime progressed, he began to regard him as not so much friends, but as an equal, and a worthy opponent. Valt has never beaten Lui in a battle, although they have tied once (they destroyed the stadium in this battle, leaving them unable to finish it).
At first, Free didn't think much of Valt and his cheerful attitude, but he grew to respect the Wonder Boy. Anytime Valt struggled to improve his skills or got too bothered by the pressure, Free personally took it upon himself to give him pointers. Free also believed that Valt would improve BC Sol's work ethic and teamwork, which was why he left for the Raging Bulls. By the International Blader's Cup, Free finally understood what Valt meant when he said a Beybattle was all about having fun, not just victory.
In Beyblade Burst Turbo, Free helped Valt master his new Turbo Beyblade: Turbo Valtryek Zenith Evolution. When Free's Geist Fafnir is later destroyed in a battle with Phi, Valt challenged him to another battle in order to avenge his friend. However, Phi turned him down, stating he planned on saving him for last.
Unlike most of the previous Bladers of BC Sol, Shasa is one of the few who tries to be friendly towards Valt, even as he rises through the team's ranks. Though she sometimes gets annoyed with Valt's absentmindedness or screw-ups, she nonetheless supports him in all of his battles. In episode 12 of Evolution, Shasa became suspicious when a rumor started going around about Valt leaving BC Sol for AS Gallus. While she was initially hurt by this seeming deception, she knew Valt to be honest and hardworking, and challenged him to a battle in order to prove his loyalty to the team, which Valt proceeded to win with a Burst Finish. Afterwards, Shasa convinced Kristina and Trad let Valt have her spot on the team, believing that his strength will be beneficial for the team as a whole. In turn, Valt promised not to let Shasa down after what she did for him, signifying a strong friendship between the two.
Valt and Cuza became great friends when they first met, in spite of the fact that they were on different teams at first. Valt is confused and somewhat hurt when Cuza's attitude changes in battle, though he does understand that it's how he utilizes his strategy. Cuza also had no problem helping Valt and his friends find their other friend; Shu Kurenai. Their friendship improved after Cuza left Top Wand to join BC Sol.
Kristina holds Valt in high regard and was the one who scouted him for the World League. When Free left the team, Kristina personally named Valt the new captain and was proud that he was able to lead the team to victory. She also realized that Valt had the potential to make BC Sol better, just as Free did.
At first, Valt had a dislike of Kit and became angry when he stole his Bey, Victory Valtryek, causing Valt to get lost in the streets of Spain searching for it. However, Valt encounters him once again and demands for his Bey to be returned, after which the two of them track down Victory Valtryek together after it is stolen again, this time by an old man named Raul Comas. Soon after, Valt and Kit's relationship improves when Kit is revealed to be a junior member of BC Sol and the two of them share a dormitory and battle on the same team. From then on, their friendship grows, and Kit always cheers Valt on during every tournament.
Two years later in Turbo, Kit still looks up to Valt and harbors a deep respect for him, evidenced by him referring to Valt as his "aniki".
Valt met Aiger during his travels to find the BeyTrainer, Taiga Akabane, Aiger's father. At first, the two were competitive with one another, but eventually became friends. After witnessing the power of Valt's newly upgraded Bey, Aiger became inspired to create his own Bey and become a Blader himself. Since then, Aiger underwent months of intense training so that he could one day become as strong as Valt, and beat him to become the World Champion. Valt soon discovered that Aiger's Beyblade got a hold on him. With this in mind, he vowed to stop at nothing to save Aiger. In spite of Aiger destroying his Wonder Valtryek and stealing his World Champion title, Valt harbored no resentment towards him, and showed visible sadness upon finding Aiger grieving over his shattered Z Achilles.
After Aiger repaired Achilles, he became happy with Aiger's accomplishments, later on, he battle him for the championship title. When Aiger managed to beat him, he was proud of him for beating him, and awarded him by telling him that he and Achilles are finally bonded.
In Beyblade Burst Rise, he and Aiger are still friends even after the events of Turbo. They cheered for team Victories throughout the rest of the season. In the aftermath, he and Aiger challenged team Victories to a beybattle as an award.
Dante is one of Valt's students in BC Sol. Valt sees how much Dante loves battling with his Beyblade just like he was in the first season of Burst and is amazed when Dante actually pulls off Hyper-Flux and beats Lodin to win the Bey Carnival. He also appeared alongside with Aiger to support and cheer for team Victories. After the Dante's won, he and Aiger challenged Dante to a battle royale.
Delta was one of Valt's students in BC Sol. It seems that Valt wants Delta to recognize Dante's improvements due to him showing him Dante's evolved Glyph Dragon and asked if Delta watched Dante's and Lodin's battle.
Valtryek is loyal to Valt in and out if Beyblade battles. She helps him grow and overcome obstacles.
- "Just gotta remember the 'fundamentals'."
- "Rush! Rush! Rush! Rush Launch!"
- "We're not enemies. We're rivals."
- "So close, yet feels so far. What's the point of even setting my alarm?!"
- "You catch that, Honcho? He's [Daigo] a fan. A fan of me! This guy right here!"
- "Not all of us can pull off wearing a cape to school everyday."
- "My Bey isn't the problem, here. I just need to practice more! It's totally my fault!"
- "Calm down now, Valt. You practiced; you got it under control. Just chill your jets. But man, I can't stand that guy!"
- "Don't say that. Please...just...don't act like we're not friends!" - Valt begging Shu not to hate him after the two have a falling out.
- "If you knew anything, you'd know Shu's all about the cowbell!"
- "You're probably learning a lot about Beyblade with all the data you're collecting. But nobody wants to feel like they're being used as a lab rat. As long as you're upfront about it, everybody's happy." -after stopping Naoki from destroying his tablet.
- ”There’s nothing like battling with him! I miss Shu!”
- "Spring Attack! Go Valtryek!!"
- "Ultra Attack Mode is only as hard as snails! Don't use it!" - telling Cuza which mode to use for his match against Gray Eye.
- "That guy needs to seriously chill." - after getting shouted at by Joshua's director.
- "Most of the credit has to go to Valtryek!"
- "I was so scared I thought I was gonna turn into a zombie!" -describing his and Cuza's nightmare about Clio
- "WHY ARE YOU DOING THIS?!" - to Shu after he told him to get away from him when his identity is revealed.
- "Beys have voices too. I can hear them."
- "Well, excuse me for be worried. That's how the friend thing works."
- "Balkesh is trying to tell you that it's not ready to give up." -after stopping Boa from throwing his Bey away
- "It doesn't matter whether you lose or win. It's about having fun" - Valt to Free De La Hoya.
- "It's not right! Shu's still in there! I'M NOT GONNA STAND FOR THIS!! -Valt telling Shu he knows he's being controlled by Spryzen.
- "Shu, you're the only reason I'm able to stand here today! I owe everything to you!"
- "I'm still here, and I'm not giving up on you. I've got your back." - Valt during his battle with Shu in the International Blader's Cup final.
- "I came this far to give you the match you deserve. I made it, and I'm gonna win this thing!"
- "So, dude, wanna keep battling?" after reconciling with Shu
- "I want to make Valtryek the world's strongest Turbo bey."
- "Hey! You're the monkey I saw before!" - calling out to Aiger when he took off.
- "C'mon. Let's blade" to Aiger during the second round of their title match in Beyblade Burst Turbo - Episode 28
- "Free. I see now."
- "Long time no see, huh?" after seeing Shu in Beyblade Burst Turbo - Episode 35
- ”This is wrong. It’s all wrong! Aiger!” to Aiger during his second title match with Hyde in Beyblade Burst Turbo - Episode 36
- “Free, get out! You gotta get out of there!” Valt calling out to Free before Phi breaks Fafnir.
- "And don't forget, whatever you need is always right by your side, you just need to reach out for it." - to Delta in Beyblade Burst Rise - Episode 20.
For a full gallery of images of Valt, see Valt Aoi/Gallery.
- Depending on the media, Valt begins the series with a different Beyblade: starting with Valtryek Wing Accel in the manga and Victory Valtryek Boost Variable in the anime.
- Like other characters of the Burst cast, Valt's character contains numerous references to his Beyblade, Victory Valtryek:
- His shirt features the letter "V", a letter both his Valt and Valtryek's names share.
- Valt's family name, Aoi, is Japanese for the color blue, which is both the color of his hair, his Valtryek's Energy Layer and Valt's body warmer.
- His last name also means "Blue Well".
- Much like Kyoya Tategami and Benkei Hanawa from the Metal Saga, none of the original members from the Beigoma Academy BeyClub represented Japan in international competitions, including Valt.
- According to the manga, his height is only 130 cm.
- Due to discrepancies in language, several English fansubs have mistranslated the katakana in Valt's name as "Bart".
- In both the anime and manga, Valt lost to Lui Shirosagi in the national finals, making him the first Beyblade protagonist to have lost to their rival in the final battle of a series.
- Like all past Beyblade protagonists, Valt's signature Beyblade is an Attack-Type.
- Valt is the only character who was genuinely fooled by Zac's Masked Blader disguise, though he was really just exhausted and believed he was dreaming when he saw the "Masked Blader" the first time.
- In Beyblade Burst Evolution - Episode 35, Valt lends Silas his Beyblade's Vortex disc frame. A similar event occurred in Beyblade: Metal Fusion - Episode 44 when Yu Tendo loaned Kenta Yumiya his Eternal Sharp tip so that Kenta could battle.
- Valt is called "The Dark Horse" during the District Tournament in the English dub, likely a nod to his how his Bey spirit is depicted riding a horse. Also, the term 'dark horse' is used to describe a candidate/competitor who unexpectedly wins despite having been known little of. This may refer to how Valt started off as a newbie, but soon grew to become a strong and well-known Blader.
- In the manga, Valt received his Valtryek Wing Accel as a Christmas gift from his father, which possibly explains his fierce attachment to it.
- He placed 3rd in the character popularity poll in Japan in 2018 and 2020, as well as, with Free De La Hoya taking 2nd place and Shu Kurenai placing 1st.
- During the events of the Beyblade Burst Turbo anime, Valt came to acquire a golden Level Chip for his Beyblade some time after acquiring it. This is evident in Beyblade Burst Turbo - Episode 01 when upon observation, the Level Chip is missing.
- Like many of the major characters from previous seasons, Valt's voice actress was changed for the Beyblade Burst Turbo anime.
- Kit calls Valt his "aniki", which is a Japanese term meaning "older brother". It is a friendly manner of addressing an older person for whom someone holds high respect. This is shown by how Kit greatly admires Valt and looks up to him as a big brother.
- The evolutions of Valt's Bey, Valtryek's tip follows a pattern of alternating between plastic and rubber.
- Even though Valt's Turbo Valtryek appeared in Beyblade Burst Turbo first, he is actually the second character to get a Turbo Awakening Bey in; the first being Shu Kurenai, having seemingly made his a while back before Valt did.
- Valt is the first protagonist to have their bey destroyed.
- Valt is the first protagonist to lose their first battle in a series.
- Valt's zodiac is an Aries.
- Valt was the first character to use Hyper Flux.
- Valt's Surge outfit is the only main outfit with long sleeves.
- Valt's Surge outfit is the only outfit of his that looks very similar to his first outfit.
- Valt was the only character who knows Hyper Flux to never battle with Arthur Peregrine.
- According to the last manga chapter of Beyblade Burst Rise, Brave Valtryek was created with the help of Gwyn Reynolds and Dante Koryu.
- His nickname Twinkle-Toes is similar to what Toph Beifong calls Aang from Avatar The Last Airbender.
- He owns a Blue Right-Spin Sparking Launcher.
- Valt is the first Surge character to own a Dash driver.
- Valt is the second protagonist to own a Dash driver, the first Being Dante Koryu.
- Valt is the only Burst character to appear in every season/season premiere.
- Although Aiger is the World Champion, it was revealed in a Superking manga chapter that Valt was still the number one blader in the world.
- Valt is currently the only Burst protagonist whose hair does not change in battle.
- In the interview with Hiro Morita, Hiro stated that Valt was his favorite Burst character to work on since he was the first protagonist of the Burst series. 
- Used in the Japanese dub.
- Used in the North American dub.
- One of two nicknames used by Zac in the Japanese dub.
- One of two nicknames used by Zac in the North American dub.
- Used by Xander and the tournament announcer for the national tournament (in the later rounds).
- Used this combo in Beyblade Burst Turbo episodes 31-51)
- Beyblade Burst Evolution episodes 44-45
- Beyblade Burst Evolution episodes 49-51
- Beyblade Burst - Episode 51:"Final Showdown! Victory Valtryek!" and Beyblade Burst - Chapter 26: "The Finals Begin!! Longinus Nationals!!"