This comes as senior police continue to deny the bikies are out of control, despite a public brawl between rival gangs at the Cooly Rocks On festival, a clash at a weekend football match and the stabbing death of a Bandido associate on Sunday.
Following the bikie crisis talks, gang members and associates have been ordered not to wear their colours or club supporter's gear in public.
It is believed senior bikie figures fear the violence has escalated to untenable levels and are concerned a community backlash will prompt a police crackdown.
Senior police said the clubs and their legal teams had warned gang members to ''pull their heads in'', stop committing crimes and stay out of trouble.
Bikies have also been urged to stay off social networking sites, including Facebook and Twitter.
The string of emergency meetings come after a series of bikie-related violence that culminated in the murder of Bandido associate Max Waller, who was stabbed to death in a public park in Broadbeach at the weekend.
The bikie colours ban was clearly evident at yesterday's memorial for Waller, when Bandido members wore plain black clothes.
While senior detectives continue to insist the murder was not linked to bikie gangs, the community has demanded action. But the gangs have moved first to curb the violence themselves.
''This is the last thing the clubs want,'' police said.