Three members of the Rebels bikie gang arrested over an alleged planned attack which resulted in a man being shot in the leg at a Logan shopping centre have been refused bail.
Ali Toufaili, 22, Fabian Nicholas Nemcek, 27, and Faraidon Mansoor, 28, are part of the group of seven bikies from the Rebels' Logan-based chapter charged over the shooting at the Logan Hyperdome on February 4.
None are accused of having pulled the trigger but are charged with being a party to the attack.
Police are alleging the group of bikies went to the shopping centre for a pre-arranged meeting with two other men, but violence broke out when the meeting soured.
One of the Rebels is accused of shooting one of the men, who had pulled out a machete.
The 27-year-old victim suffered a non-life threatening injury.
He was charged with going armed to cause fear and appeared in the Beenleigh Magistrates Court on Thursday.
Police from Taskforce Maxima raided homes of the Rebels on Friday and charged seven members with acts intended to cause grievous bodily harm and affray.
Nemcek was also charged with drugs and weapons offences.
Police also arrested the alleged Logan Rebels president in Darwin and have made an application to extradite him to Queensland.
Nemcek, Toufaili and Mansoor fronted the Brisbane Magistrates Court on Saturday where they applied for and were refused bail.
The court heard Nemcek was on bail for attempted murder for another shooting over a failed drug deal at the time of the Logan incident.
All three were remanded in custody until their next appearance on March 4.
The other four Rebels members are due to appear later on Saturday.