Bangalow resident Jamie Adams has languished in solitary confinement in a Queensland prison for two days following his arrest on the Gold Coast on Wednesday.
The move is the result of tough new anti-bikie laws in Queensland, which also ban association of more than two club members in a public place.
Mr Adams, 31, whose Palm Tree Crescent home was simultaneously raided by police, will discover whether he will be granted bail when he faces Southport Magistrates Court today.
Police allege he is the treasurer of the Ballina chapter of the Rebels motorcycle gang, which has been targeted by police in a cross-border sting operation.
He has been charged with aggravated drug trafficking. Police allege he bought – and possibly manufactured – drugs in NSW and sold them in Queensland.
During the Bangalow raid police seized two rifles, a shotgun, cash and drugs valued by police at $14,000 including methamphetamine, cannabis, cocaine and steroids.