An alleged Finks bikie capsicum sprayed and arrested at the end of a lane in Adelaide's north has been charged with drug trafficking.
The 30-year-old was spotted driving a black BMW motorcycle in Prospect and an officer followed him down the dead-end laneway about 1pm on Monday.
He allegedly "violently resisted" the solo officer who had to use capsicum spray to subdue him before making the arrest at Laburnum Lane.
The Prospect man was in possession of a Taser, a knife and an amount of the liquid drug "fantasy" or GHB, police say.
Police also searched a nearby premises where they allegedly found "fantasy", a drug precursor and two sets of electronic scales.
The alleged Finks member was charged with resisting police, driving without registration plates, commercial drug trafficking and other offences.
He was remanded in custody and is expected to face Adelaide Magistrates Court on Tuesday.