Senior Bandidos bikie gang member and associate charged over Sydney brawl

A high-ranking Bandidos bikie gang member and an associate have been charged over a brawl outside a hotel in Sydney's north-west.

NSW Police said the charges related to a fight in which a man was knocked unconscious and kicked in the head as he lay on the ground.

A police statement said the brawl, which involved 10 people, took place outside a hotel in Rydalmere after a man was punched in the face on April 16.

Detectives today arrested a 38-year-old Bandidos member after searching a home at Wentworth Point.

He was charged with affray and two counts of breaching bail and was denied bail to appear at Burwood Local Court today.

Police found and seized a substance believed to be a steroid at the property.

Later, in a search of a home in Epping, they arrested a 39-year-old associate of the Bandidos and charged him with affray.

He was granted bail and is due to appear at Parramatta Local Court on July 19.

Police said enquiries into the brawl were continuing and detectives asked anyone who had not spoken to the police about it to come forward.

The incident is being investigated by Strike Force Raptor, which was established by the State Crime Command's Gang Squad to target outlaw motorcycle gangs and any associated criminal enterprises.

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