Rogue 25MM Women's B&R Bar 2.0



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Made in USA

Product Summary & Specs

A close cousin of the Rogue Bella Bar, Version 2.0 of the Women’s Burgener & Rippetoe Barbell is now fully machined and assembled in Columbus, OH–combining the original B&R bare steel design with an upgraded 190,000 PSI tensile strength shaft and quality snap ring construction. The 25MM, 15KG bar includes custom-tailored dual knurl marks for Olympic lifting and powerlifting (no center knurl), and bronze bushings for a reliable balance of rigidity and natural whip.

The B&R Bar’s trademark bare steel across the shaft and sleeves keeps the knurling in its original form, and creates a great, old-school look and feel that few chrome/plated finishes can match.


  • Made in the USA
  • Diameter: 25MM
  • Bare Steel
  • Dual Knurl Marks, No Center Knurl
  • Updated 190,000 PSI tensile strength shaft
  • Updated Snap Ring design
  • Bronze Bushings
  • Loadable Sleeve Length: 13.00″ (33CM)
Bar Type

Women's Bars

Bar Use

Weightlifting, Olympic Weightlifting, Multipurpose

Bar Weight






Center Knurl


Knurl Marks


Shaft Coating

Bare Steel

Bar Length


Loadable Sleeve Length


Sleeve Coating

Bare Steel



F Rating


Tensile Strength

190,000 PSI


Construction Warranty

Made In USA


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Rogue 25MM Women's B&R Bar 2.0
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