Australia’s most recognisable bikie is selling off his collection of Hells Angels merchandise as he recalled the night that saw him kicked out of the gang.
Dayne Brajkovich says he is trading in his outlaw ways for a new life with his wife and young daughter, which includes getting rid of his Hells Angels collection.
Earlier this year, Daily Mail Australia revealed the ex-bikie proudly displayed items he collected during his time with the gang around his home.
Now Brajkovich is ready to move on and will soon sell his merchandise on Gumtree.
‘First reasonable offer takes the lot,’ he told The West on Saturday.
Brajkovich was known for being an enforcer of the Hells Angels before he had a falling out with the then-Perth president in 2022.
Included in his collection is an impressive neon sign, Hells Angels drink vouchers, a double-bladed axe with the word ‘Sargent’ on the handle and framed club photos.
Also on sale is a framed bronze plaque with the words: ‘Congratulations on your 1st year anniversary. From your Perth City Brothers.’
There are three Hells Angels charter in Western Australia – Perth, Perth City and one in Ellenbrook, northeast of the city.
The Perth City ‘death head’ is featured throughout Brajkovich’s merchandise.
The design features a skull with wings and Brajkovich’s signature gold teeth.
In an interview with The West in June, Brajkovich detailed the night he attacked Hells Angels Perth president, Kevin Simonsen, in January 2022.
‘One Friday night I went to the clubhouse early because I knew he’d be there,’ Brajkovich told The West Australian in June.
‘I didn’t have anyone else, so I brought Jacinta [his wife]. She would follow me anywhere.
‘I brought my favourite homemade steel knuckledusters to see if they still worked.
‘To be honest, he had a broken leg and was on crutches, but he was always boasting about being ex-military and ex-SAS.
‘I had him screaming for his life with my two fists and with two members on my back.
‘I threw a stool on his sore leg just to top it off and we both walked out of there.’
He was kicked out of the gang as punishment, leading to him selling any reminder of Hells Angels.
Since then, Brajkovich has focused on building his property portfolio in his home Perth suburb, Belmont.
A tattoo dedicated to the suburb, reading its postcode ‘6104’, sits proudly on Brajkovich’s left ear.
He owns two investment properties as well as the $1.5million fortress where he showed Daily Mail Australia his Hells Angels’ collection in June.
Brajkovich first shot to notoriety for beating up assassinated Rebels president Nick Martin at The Sandbar on Scarborough Beach in November 2020 as part of a dispute over tattoo parlour territory.
Two weeks later, Martin was shot dead by a highly paid assassin from about 300m away while watching from the stands of a drag racing event south of Perth.
Then in March 2021, Rebels bikie Jason Kemp, a former friend of Brajkovich, sprayed five or six bullets into his car outside his previous house.
The Holden Commodore was shot up while his wife and her nine-year-old daughter were inside, and was in retaliation for the Martin bashing.
Other items to go on sale include a baseball bat with ‘Hells Angels MC Dayne’ painted on it, a pin from the Thailand Nomads gang and the gang’s world flag.
However, no official clothes from the club will be available as Brajkovich donated them after he was kicked out.
‘They’re supposed to take all your gear off you, but nobody came so two days later I filled eight garbage bags with stuff and put them in a Good Sammy’s bin,’ he told a court last year.
‘I got rid of the lot. I wasn’t going to wear anything Hells Angels after they kicked me out like that.’