It seems that when in sync mode there is some kind of underlying offset frequency present in cycles that reduces the CV-amount or its range. I did not explore it on the scope since mine is analogue and might be to slow for LFO observations but it is hearable when you modulate pitch with it (second cycle to osc pitch in the vid).
Also I wonder what the general frequency range is. When I am in sync mode with a faster primary cycle the synced ones get down again at some point when increasing the multiplication factor.
Another feature request after some exploration of cycles would be to have some more division factors beyond ½.
After all playing cycles is big fun and leads to interesting new sound/song structures. Using friction to stop it is huge step forward in LFO/modulation technique. I hoped it would be like this but was't totally sure before - but playing LFO's like an actual instrument is a big thing. I even change configurations while playing or switch to Levels and hadn't thought that this would work that good.