Four members of the Comanchero bikie gang including a bikie boss, have all been refused bail, after facing court following this morning's police raids across Sydney.

Comanchero boss Giacomo 'Jack' Dipizio, has been charged with trying to blow up a hotel at Milperra last year.

His lawyer has told Fairfield Local Court the 34-year-old will apply for bail next week.

Three others charged after the raids have also been refused bail after facing court on drug and gun supply charges.

Dipizio is one of eight people charged in today's crackdown on the Comanchero gang's Milperra chapter.

Police say they have smashed the Sydney chapter of the bikie gang following the raids, in which 130 officers raided ten properties.

Officers say they seized drugs, guns, batons, cash and encrypted phones in the raids, while more arrests are expected as raids continue.

The others already arrested are expected to be charged with the large-scale supply of drugs including ice and cocaine.

Acting gang squad commander Gavin Wood says the work of police is by no means finished.

"We're not dealing with boy scouts with these groups, we're dealing with serious organised crime figures who are on a daily basis committing serious crime," he said.

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