Two men - one an alleged associate of the Haney Hells Angels - have been charged with cocaine trafficking.
Last year, investigators initiated an undercover operation called E-Nuptial, to target drug brokers and traffickers with links to the Haney-based club.
On Friday, the alleged associate, Kristopher Pfeifer, 31, of Maple Ridge, was in Port Coquitlam Provincial Court facing charges of trafficking cocaine.
A warrant was issued for Pfeifer's arrest last week and he was picked up at his Maple Ridge home on Friday, said Sgt. Bill Whalen, spokesperson for the Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit.
Constantinous Anthony, 48, of Chilliwack was also charged with possession of cocaine for the purpose of trafficking. Anthony turned himself into the courthouse on Friday, when the pair made their first appearance in Port Coquitlam Provincial Court.
The investigation dates back to March 2011 when one of the accused was allegedly seen exchanging a package with another man.
Police arrested one of the men and seized one kilogram of cocaine.
"The objective was to disable drug-based trafficking activity in the Lower Mainland, and in particular in the Maple Ridge area," Whalen said.
"Biker gangs are no different from other organized crime groups that often distance themselves from direct criminal activity by using associates to facilitate their crimes," he elaborated. "Even though these groups use non-members to conduct their criminal business, it's the members of these groups that benefit the most."
Pfeifer and Anthony were released on conditions to have no contact with each other, provide fingerprints and photos, and report to a bail supervisor.
They will be back in court for an arraignment hearing on Sept. 7.