The president of the Nomads' ACT chapter was granted bail in the ACT Magistrates Court on Saturday just hours before he was due to get married.
Lucas Gordon Clark, 36, of Monash was arrested on Friday after members of ACT Policing's Taskforce Nemesis raided his home and allegedly found cocaine, ammunition, a firearm magazine and two knuckle dusters.
He was charged with drug trafficking, possessing a prohibited weapon and dealing in the proceeds of crime.
In a media release, police reported the cocaine had an estimated street value of $100,000.
Mr Clark pleaded not guilty to all charges.
The court heard police had discovered Nomads branded jackets and colours during their raid.
The prosecutor opposed bail saying Mr Clark's strong ties to the gang meant it was likely he would be involved in criminal activity conducted by the gang.
The court heard Mr Clark's brother is the national president of the Nomads and his father is a former Rebels state president and Nomads life member.
The prosecutor said the police search had uncovered unexplained wealth that would exceed that of a single income family as Mr Clark was unemployed.
Magistrate Bernadette Boss said the fact Mr Clark's wedding was scheduled for Saturday could explain some of the $1760 in cash found during the search.
"People often give gifts of money," Magistrate Boss said.
"Especially to people who have their own home and the usual toaster and plates."
Mr Clark's solicitor Peter Woodhouse tendered a copy of his client's wedding invitation to the court and said that any risk of his client committing offences while on bail was speculation.
"My client has probably one of the most compelling reasons to comply with bail, especially today," Mr Woodhouse said.
He said that any fears the court held over his client committing offences while on bail could be relieved with appropriate bail conditions.
One condition requested by the police, not to associate with a list of individuals including his brother and father, was opposed by Mr Woodhouse.
He said Mr Clark's brother was due to be his best man and that he should not be expected to avoid immediate family members on his wedding day, although he said Mr Clark was willing to tell other invited guests to not attend.
Magistrate Boss said that while associations with outlaw motorcycle gangs were undesirable, it was the court's role to determine whether there was a likelihood Mr Clark would commit an offence while on bail.
She said that even though Mr Clark and other Nomads members were known to police, Mr Clark had never previously been charged with any offences.
She granted Mr Clark bail as she found while there may be a risk of committing further offences there was no evidence to suggest it was likely.
Mr Clark's bail conditions include reporting to police, remaining in the ACT, a curfew and he must not associate with certain individuals, including his brother and father, but only after Saturday so they may attend his wedding.
Mr Clark is due back in court in February.