Charlie Teo's Daughter Charged Over Ex-Bikie Crash

The daughter of renowned Australian neurosurgeon Charlie Teo has been charged with dangerous and negligent driving after an elderly motorcyclist and ex-Comanchero bikie boss was seriously hurt in a Hawkesbury crash.

Nicole Teo, 24, was allegedly driving a Toyota Landcruiser when it collided head-on with the motorcycle on Settlers Rd at Lower Macdonald, near Wisemans Ferry, about 3.30pm on Wednesday.

The 76-year-old motorcyclist, Jock Ross, suffered leg and internal injuries and was airlifted to Westmead Hospital. He remains in a serious condition.

Nicole Teo was charged with dangerous driving occasioning grievous bodily harm, negligent driving occasioning grievous bodily harm, not keeping left of the dividing line and not giving particulars to police.

Jock Ross founded the Comanchero gang in 1966. Photo: NSW Police

She is due to face Windsor Local Court on October 17.

Ross was president and self-styled "Supreme Commander" of the Comancheros in the 1970s and 1980s and spent more than five years in jail in connection to the 1984 Milperra Massacre, in which seven people died.

Since leaving prison he has worked as a firefighter north of Sydney.