Paul Kimmage is renowned for being the first person to speak up about the drug use that was going on in professional cycling. Kimmage was a former cyclist himself so had a first hand look at all that was happening and by speaking out about what was going on, he became the focus of a world wide controversy, most notably in the case of Lance Armstrong. Filmed over two years, we will see him as he makes his way round the 2013 Tour de France circuit in his campervan, attending press conferences, doorstepping cyclists and watching the emergence of a new generation of cycling stars, as he searches for answers to difficult questions about the doping culture in the sport he loves.