Cycling doesn't need to be a complicated or highly prescriptive affair,
it is essentially switching between periods of high workload and lowered intensity with periods of low workload and higher intensity. Or using a different (but related) model it is periods of high intensity and high workload against periods of low intensity and low workload.
I explain that here if you're interested, but it is a long read:
Training for Strength Without the Use of Drugs by Anthony Ditillo
Your progression is quite simply this: if you start with Bench Press for 100kg for 5 singles, then when you get all of those 5 singles in good form you move to 102.5kg.
Back off weeks come when you need them, typically every 2 to 8 weeks, and they entail a week on the same routine but at 50%.
Cycling is unnecessary for most people until they are far more advanced. I prefer back off weeks for beginners/intermediates as they are a simple way to periodise without disrupting the flow and focus of training.
My question for you, what are your poundages for the Squat, Bench Press, Deadlift and Overhead Press?