Mr Lyons said that unlike UKIP, which is also against HS2, they already have an MP fighting the plans in Parliament.
He said: “We just don’t need HS2, it’s absolutely crackers.”
However, the ruling Conservatives on both the District and County Council as well as local MPs are against the plan.
HS2 say the £32bn scheme will create 100,000 jobs and provide a much needed boost to the economy.
Those against say it has no business case and will ruin areas of outstanding natural beauty.
For the first time in two decades the Green Party will stand in local elections in Aylesbury Vale protesting at plans to build High Speed 2. Aylesbury Vale Green Party chairman David Lyons told the Bucks Herald: “We last stood a long time ago and things have changed."