The Hells Angels trademark filing has no mention of toys of any kind. Curious how that's going to affect the case.
The filings reference to Exhibit B, which is a photo of a Red Yomega Raider.
, but you are right. The trademark specifically covers
Jewelry, jewelry pins, clocks and watches, earrings, key
rings made of precious metal, badges made of precious
metal, and chains made of precious metal ; Books,
booklets and newspapers concerning motorcycle clubs;
posters, calendars and adhesive labels ; Shirts, tshirts, pullovers, jackets, sweaters, sweat pants, trousers,
vests, caps with visors, headwear and footwear ; Belt
buckles, ornamental novelty badges, ornamental cloth
patches and embroidered patches for clothing ;
Entertainment services, namely, arranging and conducting
concerts, parties, rallies and special events 
and not toys.
Now, that said, they have successfully sued Marvel Comics in the past but that could be covered under 'books" I guess