Bikie Wars – Brothers in Arms (aus-drama) couch | September 20, 2016 | drama | 1 Comment A dramatisation of the Milperra massacre when two bikie gangs (that’s what they’re called in Australia) went to war in 1984. Share This: Tags:australia, bikers, bikies, crime, drama, gangs Related Posts The Nightmare Worlds of HG Wells No Comments | Jun 28, 2016 Traffik – (UK/Germany – drama) No Comments | Sep 20, 2016 Partners in Crime – The Moors Murderers No Comments | Jun 29, 2016 Zombie audiobooks No Comments | Nov 8, 2016 sohaib bhatti Bikie Wars: Brothers in Arms is a six-part Australian drama miniseries about bikie gang violence, screened on Network Ten on 15 May 2012. Bikie Wars is based on the book Brothers in Arms by Lindsay Simpson and Sandra Harvey. The screenplay was written by Greg Haddrick, Roger Simpson and Jo Martino. It is directed by Peter Andrikidis. Bikie Wars: Brothers in Arms cost A$6,000,000 to make. The six-episode series dramatises the story of the Milperra massacre, when the Bandidos and the Comanchero motorcycle clubs went to war on Father’s Day, Sunday 2 September 1984. The massacre had its beginnings after a group of Comancheros broke away and formed the first Bandidos Motorcycle Club chapter in Australia. This resulted in intense rivalry between the two chapters. At a public swap meet at the Viking Tavern at Milperra, New South Wales, a brief but violent battle ensued with seven people shot dead, including a 14-year-old innocent female bystander. A further 28 people were wounded with 20 requiring hospitalisation.