Rebels were spotted riding in formation through Tweed.
Rebels were spotted riding in formation through Tweed. john mccutcheon

Video of Tweed bikie meetings shows gangs may be linking

BIKIES have been filmed riding through Tweed with their patches clearly displayed.

According to a News.com.au report by Robyn Wuth, the Queensland Polair helicopter captured the now Ballina-based Rebels members riding in formation on the Pacific Motorway.

The footage shows them crossing double lines and overtaking illegally without the presence of NSW police.

The report suggests there is growing evidence of links between outlaw bikie clubs, with the Rebels then meeting up with about 40 members of the Odin's Warriors at their base in Tweed Heads.

Such a gathering is illegal just minutes over the border following tough new anti-bikie legislation in Queensland.

It's understood the January 4 gathering coincided with a meeting of the Odin's Warriors and the now Chinderah-based Mongols at a hotel on the border.

The police surveillance captured top-ranking members of both clubs quickly shaking hands and police estimated about 60 attended.

Ms Wuth further reports that NSW police admit their hands are tied and are unable to do anything.

Mongols proudly hang their sign over their clubhouse at Chinderah.
Mongols proudly hang their sign over their clubhouse at Chinderah.


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