|Date of birth||15 June 1970|
|Place of birth||Mildura, Victoria|
|Current club information|
Belle Vue Aces
Mildenhall Fen Tigers
Stal Gorzów Wielkopolski
|Jack Young Solo Cup winner
Victorian State Champion
South Australian Champion
1997, 1998, 1999
|World Team Cup winner
World Cup winner
Australian Pairs Champion
Elite League Champion
Elite League KO Cup winner
Jason Rodney Lyons (born 15 June 1970 in Mildura, Victoria) is an Australian international motorcycle speedway rider. Jason is the son of former rider Rod Lyons. The younger Lyons was the winner of the Australian Pairs Championship in 1992 as well as Victorian State Champion in 1997, 1998 and 1999 and he won the South Australian Championship in 1999.
Jason Lyons has finished runner up four times in the Australian Championship, his best finish in his national championship. He also finished third in the 1991 Australian Under-21 Championship. In his junior speedway career, Lyons finished second behind good friend Leigh Adams in the 1986 Australian Under-16 Championship. Ironically, his first three senior Australian Championship second places were also to Adams.
Lyons started his UK career with the Glasgow Tigers in the National League alongside fellow Aussie Shane Bowes from Adelaide. He joined the Belle Vue Aces in 1992 where he stayed for twelve consecutive seasons and where he gained the nickname 'Mr. Belle Vue'. Lyons was a member of the Australian team that won the World Team Cup in 1999 and the team that won the World Cup in 2002.
In his only appearance in the World Under-21 Championship final in 1991 at the Brandon stadium in Coventry, England, Lyons finished a fine third behind Danes Brian Andersen (winner) and Morten Andersen (second).
In 2003 Lyons qualified for his only full season in the Speedway Grand Prix series, although he had ridden twice previously, finishing fourth in the Grand Prix of Great Britain in 2000.
In 2007 he signed for the newly reformed Birmingham Brummies as captain and stayed with the Brummies until the end of 2010. Jason signed for the Redcar Bears alongside 1992 World Champion Gary Havelock.
Speedway Grand Prix
|2000||22nd||16||4th||4th in British Grand Prix|
|2003||20th||29||9th||Only full series.|
Speedway World Pairs Championship
Speedway World Team Cup
- 1999 - Pardubice, Svítkova Stadion (with Jason Crump / Leigh Adams / Ryan Sullivan / Todd Wiltshire) - Winner - 40pts (10)
Speedway World Cup
- 2002 - Peterborough, East of England Showground (with Todd Wiltshire / Leigh Adams / Jason Crump / Ryan Sullivan) - Winner - 64pts (3)
- 2003 - Vojens, Vojens Speedway Center (with Jason Crump / Todd Wiltshire / Ryan Sullivan / Leigh Adams) - 2nd - 57pts (0)
Speedway Under-21 World Championship