Cyclone Ragnaruk Giga Never-6

WEIGHT : Approx. 68,6 g
RELEASE DATE : April 24th, 2021
Hasbro Version : Cyclone Roktavor R7 Giga-Q Assault-Q+Never-6

Cyclone Ragnaruk Giga Never-6

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Description of Cyclone Ragnaruk

Released with the B-181 Random Booster Volume 25 as part of the Dynamite Battle system on April 24th, 2021, Cyclone Ragnaruk Giga Never-6 is a right-spin stamina Beyblade. It is a prize bey of the Random Booster, making it difficult to get.

Being the first stamina model released in the Dynamite Battle system, Cyclone Ragnaruk is smaller and lighter than the stamina combinations released later in the DB/BU era, but it remains a very interesting model nonetheless.

The stock combination is probably at its best in the large DB stadium, where Cyclone Ragnaruk can spin steadily near the tornado ridge, giving this combination a chance to avoid contacts with the opponent’s Beyblade. Cyclone may be struck and pushed back to the flat outer section of the stadium, but then Ragnaruk will stand still there, thus avoiding the following hits, thanks to Never‘s behavior .
In the Takara Tomy’s standard arena, the combination is not as interesting, but it remains a good stamina Beyblade, which can have decent results even against opposite-spin opponents.

How to improve Cyclone Ragnaruk


In a non-competitive environment, players willing to slightly upgrade Cyclone Ragnaruk without altering the layer want to remove Never, and go for a better stamina driver, such as Bearing Drift (to make the combo much stronger), High Xtend+’ or Bearing’ (for a more “subtle” upgrade).

6” and Giga being very good components, there is no need to upgrade them. With that being said, many players will prefer “0” and “10” to the “6” armor.

For beginners and younger players, Cyclone Ragnaruk limited size and weight also makes it easy, fun and fair to play with and against, while still being challenging and rewarding to beat.


Cyclone Ragnaruk Giga Never-6 has at least one competitive component to offer : Giga. This Forge Disc is very useful, because of its weight and versatile weight distribution ; Giga is very efficient in any combination type.

6” is also a very good armor for stamina combinations. “6” is not always considered competitive by a part of the western Beyblade community, but it is used in many tournaments in Japan.

The round and smooth Cyclone blade is solid against opposite spin combinations, and remains a very good stamina blade despite its smaller size, but other blades such as Dynamite + F Gear, or Wind are usually preferred when playing in a competitive environment.

Final Thoughts on Cyclone Ragnaruk

From a competitive point of view, since Giga and “6” can be found with many other models, Cyclone Ragnaruk Giga Never-6 is not necessarily a must-have. However, the combination being easy to use and control, and also including Giga and “6” , it remains a very good choice for players new to Beyblade.

While not competitive (except for Giga and 6 ), none of the components used in this combination are really poor. Furthermore, the smooth Cyclone Blade can be a nice tool to counter spin-stealing opponents. The stock combination is more than decent and entertaining to play, making Cyclone Ragnaruk a very good addition in any Beyblade collection.

Below you’ll find the list of all the components from this product with a link to their detailed description.


Cyclone Ragnaruk
Ranzo Kiyama with Cyclone Ragnaruk