Michael Spence, 25, was one of eight men arrested on Wednesday in a police sting targeting the alleged ice trafficking outfit.
Spence was the sergeant-at-arms of the Hells Angels' Brisbane chapter and alleged debt collector for accused ringleaders and gang members Bruno and Nuno Da Silva.
The trio resigned from the gang nine days before contentious new laws targeting bikies were passed on October 17.
Under one part of the law, criminal gang members who apply for bail must now show cause as to why they should be released.
Spence's lawyer Jeff Hunter argued in the Brisbane Magistrates Court the new laws were passed too late to apply to his client, and that the case against him was weak.
But Chief Magistrate Tim Carmody ruled that the new bail laws did apply to Spence and ordered he be remanded in custody.
Mr Carmody accepted the argument by prosecutors that although Spence had resigned from the Hells Angels he was still in an allegedly criminal organisation by trafficking drugs with the Da Silvas.
He criticised the prosecution's material as "limited", but rejected Spence's lawyer's argument that the police case was too weak to keep the former footballer in prison.
There was enough information to show the prosecution had evidence capable of securing a conviction, the magistrate said.
"Accordingly the applicant has failed to discharge his onus and show cause why bail should be granted," Mr Carmody said.
Spence was remanded in custody until his next court appearance on January 20.
The Da Silva brothers' bail applications have been adjourned until Monday.