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"We do know police will be there, undercover, and out on the roads as well, not there to harass, just to keep an eye on things," he said.
Mr Revere has been warned that, if the event involves three or more outlaw bikie gang members or associates, those riders could risk arrest.
"We will be watched, they will be watching for club members who attend," Mr Revere said.
"If there's more than three members together - it doesn't matter if it's from one club or different clubs, or an associate - they'll be locked up for six months, no bail, and lose their bikes."
A YOUNG soldier has told of being strip-searched by police in front of his home as the Queensland Government's tough anti-bikie laws continue to take a toll on recreational riders.
1RAR soldier Private Noah Schefe, 22, who is a member of the Townsville chapter of the Patriots Motorcycle Club, was searched by police outside his home about three weeks ago, late at night, after he returned from the chapter's clubhouse.
He was not charged with any offences.
Patriots Australia is a military club for serving, former regular and reserve members of the Australian, Commonwealth and Allied Defence Forces.
It regularly participates in fundraising for charities, recently raising $4500 for Legacy Townsville.
The club publicly condemns all criminal activity, and is not included in the government's list of bikie gangs declared as criminal organisations.
Pte Schefe said the police officer who searched him was not aware of the club, nor had any interest when told about it, despite Pte Schefe showing the officer his Defence ID card.
``He got me up over to the cop car and put me up against the car and started pulling everything out of my pockets and taking my boots out,'' he said.
``The other cop had my bag on the bonnet and pulled everything out of my bag, searching the whole lot.
``They had me there for probably a good half an hour, at 1.30am, with all the lights on and everything.
``All my neighbours - I'd just moved into this house about two weeks beforehand - they're sitting there thinking they've got a criminal bikie who's moved into the neighbourhood."
There is about 20 members of the Patriot's Townsville chapter, who based their constitution on the Defence Law Manual, following the rule of civilian law.
``We're only doing good things for the community,'' Pte Schefe said.
``To be treated like a criminal, for the same reason someone's shot somebody on the Gold Coast, it's absolutely ridiculous."