2020 America’s Most Beautiful Bike Ride

Join Team Bili on Sunday, June 7, 2020 as they participate in the America’s Most Beautiful Bike Ride.

The Bili Project Foundation invites you to participate in the 29th annual America’s Most Beautiful Bike Ride, one of the most scenic and awe-inspiring rides you will ever experience. Spectacular scenery, clean mountain air, great food and full support by experienced ride organizers make this ride a ‘must do’ for any avid recreational bicyclist.

REGISTRATION IS CURRENTLY CLOSED | MORE INFO COMING SOON!

ABOUT THE RIDE

The 72-mile America’s Most Beautiful Bike Ride circumnavigates the highways clockwise around Lake Tahoe in both Nevada and California. It includes a challenging 800 foot climb to a rest stop overlooking Emerald Bay and a 1,000 foot climb to Spooner Junction. There are also many short rolling ascents and descents totaling over 4,024 vertical feet of elevation gain! The altitude ranges between 6,300 feet and 7,100 feet above sea level and the ride is recommended for conditioned recreational bicyclist, not for beginners. Participants must be at least 14 years of age (please, no children on bike carriers or trailers) and must be experienced in riding roadways.

RIDE DISTANCES INCLUDE:

  • 100 Miles
  • 72 Miles
  • 35 Miles

VENUE: Hard Rock Hotel & Casino | 50 Hwy 50 Stateline, NV 89449 | (775) 588-1010

FUNDRAISING COMMITMENT

Funds raised will help Bili continue in its mission to reduce the incidence and improve the outcome of  Hepatobiliary cancers, which are cancers of the liver, gallbladder or bile ducts (Cholangiocarcinoma). We promote research to identify early signs and symptoms as well as treatment options for this silent, fast acting group of cancers

  • Registration Fee: $125.00 to begin your fundraising
  • Fundraising Goal: $1,500.00 per participant will need to be met to ride

BENEFITS INCLUDE:

  • Guaranteed ride entry
  • Team jersey
  • Saturday night team dinner
  • Ride support
  • Virtual or in person team training/coaching to help you be at your best for ride day.

If you have questions regarding the ride or how you can participate, email info@thebiliproject.org for more information.

UCSF | PARTNER INSTITUTION

UCSF and The Bili Project Foundation have partnered together to find ways to reduce the incidence and improve the outcome of cancers of the hepatobiliary system. Money raised will go directly towards funding the 2020 100k “Kathy Barboza Young Investigator Award” in honor of Robert DePriest which will allow a UCSF doctor dedicated time to research these cancers.

BECOME A SPONSOR

There are many ways to support The Bili Project Foundation’s mission of raising awareness for Hepatobiliary cancers and finding early detection and better treatment methods.

For information on sponsorship, please send an email with “America’s Most Beautiful Bike Ride Sponsor Info” in the subject to info@thebiliproject.org.

Array ( [display_logo] => true [logo_url] => [favicon_url] => https://thebiliproject.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/RIBBON_PNG.png [intro_options] => disable [custom_teaser] => [custom_teaser_html] => [page_layout] => left_sidebar [twitter_id] => webtreatsetc [extra_header] => [disable_page_comments] => Array ( [0] => true ) [disable_cufon] => Array ( [0] => true ) [breadcrumb_delimiter] => / [analytics_code] => [custom_css] => [custom_js] => [additional_headers] => [homepage_layout] => full_width [homepage_teaser_text] => The Bili Project is a Hepatobiliary Cancer Awareness and Research Program. It's mission is to reduce the incidence and improve the outcomes of Hepatobiliary cancers by promoting research to identify biomarkers and therapeutic targets. [teaser_button_text] => [hidden]Donate[/hidden] [teaser_button] => page [teaser_button_page] => 1174 [teaser_button_custom] => donate.php [content] => [one_third]
We Have Assembled an All-Star Research Team.
The all-star research team from the University of California, San Francisco Medical Center has joined in the fight to support our efforts to advance the understanding, detection, treatments and cures of Hepatobiliary cancers. [fancy_link textcolor="#666" link="https://thebiliproject.org/be-a-biliever/ucsf-tumor-bank"]LEARN MORE[/fancy_link] [/one_third] [one_third]
Support The Bili Project
Support the Bili Project so you don't have to lose a loved one to this silent killer. The Bili Project is working with University of California, San Francisco and partner institutions to create a tumor tissue bank which will advance research and find better early detection methods . [fancy_link textcolor="#666" link="https://thebiliproject.org/be-a-biliever/get-involved/"]GET INVOLVED[/fancy_link] [/one_third] [one_third_last]
Stay Informed with The Bili Project
The Bili Project aims to provide you with the latest in news, articles and education about the risks and symptoms of Hepatobiliary cancer and what is being done to improve and shed light on this complex group of diseases . [fancy_link textcolor="#666" link="https://thebiliproject.org/our-newsroom/"]ALL NEWS[/fancy_link] [/one_third_last] [mainpage_content] => [homepage_footer_teaser] => [one_fifth] [/one_fifth] [one_fifth] [/one_fifth] [one_fifth] [/one_fifth] [image_resize_type] => timthumb [one_column_portfolio_full] => Array ( [w] => 920 [h] => 634 ) [two_column_portfolio_full] => Array ( [w] => 441 [h] => 304 ) [three_column_portfolio_full] => Array ( [w] => 282 [h] => 194 ) [four_column_portfolio_full] => Array ( [w] => 202 [h] => 139 ) [portfolio_single_full_full] => Array ( [w] => 980 [h] => 675 ) [one_column_blog_full] => Array ( [w] => 920 [h] => 460 ) [two_column_blog_full] => Array ( [w] => 441 [h] => 220 ) [three_column_blog_full] => Array ( [w] => 282 [h] => 141 ) [four_column_blog_full] => Array ( [w] => 202 [h] => 101 ) [small_post_list_full] => Array ( [w] => 80 [h] => 80 ) [medium_post_list_full] => Array ( [w] => 250 [h] => 285 ) [large_post_list_full] => Array ( [w] => 601 [h] => 373 ) [additional_posts_grid_full] => Array ( [w] => 237 [h] => 164 ) [one_column_portfolio_big] => Array ( [w] => 660 [h] => 455 ) [two_column_portfolio_big] => Array ( [w] => 317 [h] => 217 ) [three_column_portfolio_big] => Array ( [w] => 202 [h] => 139 ) [four_column_portfolio_big] => Array ( [w] => 145 [h] => 100 ) [portfolio_single_full_big] => Array ( [w] => 660 [h] => 455 ) [one_column_blog_big] => Array ( [w] => 660 [h] => 330 ) [two_column_blog_big] => Array ( [w] => 317 [h] => 158 ) [three_column_blog_big] => Array ( [w] => 202 [h] => 101 ) [four_column_blog_big] => Array ( [w] => 145 [h] => 72 ) [small_post_list_big] => Array ( [w] => 80 [h] => 80 ) [medium_post_list_big] => Array ( [w] => 250 [h] => 285 ) [large_post_list_big] => Array ( [w] => 431 [h] => 267 ) [additional_posts_grid_big] => Array ( [w] => 172 [h] => 118 ) [one_column_portfolio_small] => Array ( [w] => 690 [h] => 475 ) [two_column_portfolio_small] => Array ( [w] => 331 [h] => 228 ) [three_column_portfolio_small] => Array ( [w] => 211 [h] => 145 ) [four_column_portfolio_small] => Array ( [w] => 151 [h] => 104 ) [portfolio_single_full_small] => Array ( [w] => 690 [h] => 475 ) [one_column_blog_small] => Array ( [w] => 690 [h] => 345 ) [two_column_blog_small] => Array ( [w] => 331 [h] => 165 ) [three_column_blog_small] => Array ( [w] => 211 [h] => 105 ) [four_column_blog_small] => Array ( [w] => 151 [h] => 75 ) [small_post_list_small] => Array ( [w] => 50 [h] => 50 ) [medium_post_list_small] => Array ( [w] => 250 [h] => 285 ) [large_post_list_small] => Array ( [w] => 450 [h] => 279 ) [additional_posts_grid_small] => Array ( [w] => 180 [h] => 124 ) [homepage_slider] => fading_slider [nivo_effect] => [nivo_slices] => [nivo_anim_speed] => [static_slider_content] => [static_slider_content_text] => [responsive_effect] => [responsive_direction] => [responsive_anim_speed] => [slider_speed] => 4000 [slider_fade_speed] => slow [slider_nav] => dots [nivo_direction_nav] => button_hover [slider_custom] => custom [slider_cat_count] => [slideshow] => Array ( [2] => Array ( [slider_url] => https://thebiliproject.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/lighthouse_web.jpg [alt_attr] => [link_url] => http://thebiliproject.org/ [title] => Turning the Spotlight on Cancers of the Hepatobiliary System [stage_effect] => full_slide [read_more] => 1 [description] => Bile duct cancer and other biliary system cancers are among the most difficult to detect. The Bili Project aims to create a bank of Hepatobiliary tumor specimens at UCSF to advance research. [fancy_link variation="silver" link="http://thebiliproject.org/be-a-biliever/ucsf-tumor-bank/"]Read More[/fancy_link] ) [1] => Array ( [slider_url] => https://thebiliproject.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/lighthouse_web.jpg [alt_attr] => [link_url] => http://thebiliproject.org/ [title] => We Bilieve in Early Detection [stage_effect] => overlay_slide [read_more] => 1 [description] => Learn to recognize the warning signs and symptoms which sometimes resembles other medical conditions or problems. Hepatobiliary cancers are the 7th leading cause of cancer death within the United State and the 3rd leading cause of cancer death worldwide. [fancy_link variation="silver" link="http://thebiliproject.org/be-proactive/know-the-signs/"]Know the Signs[/fancy_link] ) [3] => Array ( [slider_url] => https://thebiliproject.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/believe4.jpg [alt_attr] => [link_url] => http://thebiliproject.org/ [title] => Bilievers Wanted! [stage_effect] => full_slide [read_more] => 1 [description] => Support The Bili Project so you don't have to lose a love one to this silent killer. There are many ways you can get involved and make a difference with The Bili Project Foundation. You can donate, volunteer your time, share your story or even suggest an event. [fancy_link variation="silver" link="http://thebiliproject.org/be-a-biliever/get-involved/"]Get Involved[/fancy_link] ) [#] => Array ( [slider_url] => [alt_attr] => [link_url] => [title] => [stage_effect] => staged_slide [description] => ) [slider_keys] => 2,1,3,# ) [blog_page] => 127 [blog_layout] => blog_layout1 [post_layout] => right_sidebar [post_like_module] => tab [post_comment_styles] => tab [display_full] => Array ( [0] => true ) [disable_post_author] => Array ( [0] => true ) [bitly_login] => [bitly_api] => [footer_columns] => 6 [footer_disable] => Array ( [0] => true ) [footer_teaser] => [footer_text] => Privacy Policy[span style="margin-right: 20px;"][/span]Terms Of Use[clearboth]© 2012 The Bili Project Foundation [sociable] => Array ( [3] => Array ( [icon] => facebook.png [color] => classic_16px [custom] => https://thebiliproject.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/facebook.png [link] => http://www.facebook.com/thebiliproject [alt] => Facebook ) [2] => Array ( [icon] => twitter.png [color] => classic_16px [custom] => https://thebiliproject.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/twitter.png [link] => http://www.twitter.com/thebiliproject [alt] => Twitter ) [0] => Array ( [icon] => youtube.png [color] => classic_16px [custom] => https://thebiliproject.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/youtube.png [link] => http://www.youtube.com/thebiliproject [alt] => Youtube ) [4] => Array ( [icon] => linkedin.png [color] => classic_16px [custom] => https://thebiliproject.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/linkedin.png [link] => https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-bili-project-foundation?trk=top_nav_home [alt] => ) [#] => Array ( [icon] => reddit.png [color] => classic_24px [custom] => [link] => [alt] => ) [keys] => 3,2,0,4,# ) [seo_home_title] => [seo_home_description] => [seo_home_keywords] => [seo_can] => Array ( [0] => true ) [seo_post_title_format] => [seo_page_title_format] => [seo_category_title_format] => [seo_archive_title_format] => [seo_tag_title_format] => [seo_search_title_format] => [seo_description_format] => [seo_404_title_format] => [seo_paged_format] => [seo_enablecpost] => Array ( [0] => true ) [seo_posttypecolumns] => Array ( [0] => post [1] => page [2] => portfolio ) [seo_use_tags_as_keywords] => Array ( [0] => true ) [seo_dynamic_postspage_keywords] => Array ( [0] => true ) [seo_category_noindex] => Array ( [0] => true ) [seo_archive_noindex] => Array ( [0] => true ) [seo_cap_cats] => Array ( [0] => true ) [seo_ex_pages] => [seo_post_meta_tags] => [seo_page_meta_tags] => [seo_home_meta_tags] => [archive_layout] => [archive_custom_sidebar] => [archive_custom_background] => Array ( [url] => [background-color] => [background-repeat] => repeat [background-attachment] => scroll [background-position] => left top ) [search_layout] => [search_custom_sidebar] => [search_custom_background] => Array ( [url] => [background-color] => [background-repeat] => repeat [background-attachment] => scroll [background-position] => left top ) [four_04_layout] => [four_04_custom_sidebar] => [four_04_custom_background] => Array ( [url] => [background-color] => [background-repeat] => repeat [background-attachment] => scroll [background-position] => left top ) [responsive_options] => mobile [mobile_slider] => default_slider [mobile_slider_custom] => [mobile_disable_shortcodes] => Array ( [0] => galleria [1] => slider [2] => tooltips [3] => jcarousel ) [mobile_custom_css] => [mobile_custom_js] => [custom_user_agents] => [admin_logo_url] => http://thebiliproject.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/CiplexLogo.png [import_options] => ) --------------------------------Array ( [display_logo] => true [logo_url] => [favicon_url] => https://thebiliproject.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/RIBBON_PNG.png [intro_options] => disable [custom_teaser] => [custom_teaser_html] => [page_layout] => left_sidebar [twitter_id] => webtreatsetc [extra_header] => [disable_page_comments] => Array ( [0] => true ) [disable_cufon] => Array ( [0] => true ) [breadcrumb_delimiter] => / [analytics_code] => [custom_css] => [custom_js] => [additional_headers] => [homepage_layout] => full_width [homepage_teaser_text] => The Bili Project is a Hepatobiliary Cancer Awareness and Research Program. It's mission is to reduce the incidence and improve the outcomes of Hepatobiliary cancers by promoting research to identify biomarkers and therapeutic targets. [teaser_button_text] => [hidden]Donate[/hidden] [teaser_button] => page [teaser_button_page] => 1174 [teaser_button_custom] => donate.php [content] => [one_third]
We Have Assembled an All-Star Research Team.
The all-star research team from the University of California, San Francisco Medical Center has joined in the fight to support our efforts to advance the understanding, detection, treatments and cures of Hepatobiliary cancers. [fancy_link textcolor="#666" link="https://thebiliproject.org/be-a-biliever/ucsf-tumor-bank"]LEARN MORE[/fancy_link] [/one_third] [one_third]
Support The Bili Project
Support the Bili Project so you don't have to lose a loved one to this silent killer. The Bili Project is working with University of California, San Francisco and partner institutions to create a tumor tissue bank which will advance research and find better early detection methods . [fancy_link textcolor="#666" link="https://thebiliproject.org/be-a-biliever/get-involved/"]GET INVOLVED[/fancy_link] [/one_third] [one_third_last]
Stay Informed with The Bili Project
The Bili Project aims to provide you with the latest in news, articles and education about the risks and symptoms of Hepatobiliary cancer and what is being done to improve and shed light on this complex group of diseases . [fancy_link textcolor="#666" link="https://thebiliproject.org/our-newsroom/"]ALL NEWS[/fancy_link] [/one_third_last] [mainpage_content] => [homepage_footer_teaser] => [one_fifth] [/one_fifth] [one_fifth] [/one_fifth] [one_fifth] [/one_fifth] [image_resize_type] => timthumb [one_column_portfolio_full] => Array ( [w] => 920 [h] => 634 ) [two_column_portfolio_full] => Array ( [w] => 441 [h] => 304 ) [three_column_portfolio_full] => Array ( [w] => 282 [h] => 194 ) [four_column_portfolio_full] => Array ( [w] => 202 [h] => 139 ) [portfolio_single_full_full] => Array ( [w] => 980 [h] => 675 ) [one_column_blog_full] => Array ( [w] => 920 [h] => 460 ) [two_column_blog_full] => Array ( [w] => 441 [h] => 220 ) [three_column_blog_full] => Array ( [w] => 282 [h] => 141 ) [four_column_blog_full] => Array ( [w] => 202 [h] => 101 ) [small_post_list_full] => Array ( [w] => 80 [h] => 80 ) [medium_post_list_full] => Array ( [w] => 250 [h] => 285 ) [large_post_list_full] => Array ( [w] => 601 [h] => 373 ) [additional_posts_grid_full] => Array ( [w] => 237 [h] => 164 ) [one_column_portfolio_big] => Array ( [w] => 660 [h] => 455 ) [two_column_portfolio_big] => Array ( [w] => 317 [h] => 217 ) [three_column_portfolio_big] => Array ( [w] => 202 [h] => 139 ) [four_column_portfolio_big] => Array ( [w] => 145 [h] => 100 ) [portfolio_single_full_big] => Array ( [w] => 660 [h] => 455 ) [one_column_blog_big] => Array ( [w] => 660 [h] => 330 ) [two_column_blog_big] => Array ( [w] => 317 [h] => 158 ) [three_column_blog_big] => Array ( [w] => 202 [h] => 101 ) [four_column_blog_big] => Array ( [w] => 145 [h] => 72 ) [small_post_list_big] => Array ( [w] => 80 [h] => 80 ) [medium_post_list_big] => Array ( [w] => 250 [h] => 285 ) [large_post_list_big] => Array ( [w] => 431 [h] => 267 ) [additional_posts_grid_big] => Array ( [w] => 172 [h] => 118 ) [one_column_portfolio_small] => Array ( [w] => 690 [h] => 475 ) [two_column_portfolio_small] => Array ( [w] => 331 [h] => 228 ) [three_column_portfolio_small] => Array ( [w] => 211 [h] => 145 ) [four_column_portfolio_small] => Array ( [w] => 151 [h] => 104 ) [portfolio_single_full_small] => Array ( [w] => 690 [h] => 475 ) [one_column_blog_small] => Array ( [w] => 690 [h] => 345 ) [two_column_blog_small] => Array ( [w] => 331 [h] => 165 ) [three_column_blog_small] => Array ( [w] => 211 [h] => 105 ) [four_column_blog_small] => Array ( [w] => 151 [h] => 75 ) [small_post_list_small] => Array ( [w] => 50 [h] => 50 ) [medium_post_list_small] => Array ( [w] => 250 [h] => 285 ) [large_post_list_small] => Array ( [w] => 450 [h] => 279 ) [additional_posts_grid_small] => Array ( [w] => 180 [h] => 124 ) [homepage_slider] => fading_slider [nivo_effect] => [nivo_slices] => [nivo_anim_speed] => [static_slider_content] => [static_slider_content_text] => [responsive_effect] => [responsive_direction] => [responsive_anim_speed] => [slider_speed] => 4000 [slider_fade_speed] => slow [slider_nav] => dots [nivo_direction_nav] => button_hover [slider_custom] => custom [slider_cat_count] => [slideshow] => Array ( [2] => Array ( [slider_url] => https://thebiliproject.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/lighthouse_web.jpg [alt_attr] => [link_url] => http://thebiliproject.org/ [title] => Turning the Spotlight on Cancers of the Hepatobiliary System [stage_effect] => full_slide [read_more] => 1 [description] => Bile duct cancer and other biliary system cancers are among the most difficult to detect. The Bili Project aims to create a bank of Hepatobiliary tumor specimens at UCSF to advance research. [fancy_link variation="silver" link="http://thebiliproject.org/be-a-biliever/ucsf-tumor-bank/"]Read More[/fancy_link] ) [1] => Array ( [slider_url] => https://thebiliproject.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/lighthouse_web.jpg [alt_attr] => [link_url] => http://thebiliproject.org/ [title] => We Bilieve in Early Detection [stage_effect] => overlay_slide [read_more] => 1 [description] => Learn to recognize the warning signs and symptoms which sometimes resembles other medical conditions or problems. Hepatobiliary cancers are the 7th leading cause of cancer death within the United State and the 3rd leading cause of cancer death worldwide. [fancy_link variation="silver" link="http://thebiliproject.org/be-proactive/know-the-signs/"]Know the Signs[/fancy_link] ) [3] => Array ( [slider_url] => https://thebiliproject.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/believe4.jpg [alt_attr] => [link_url] => http://thebiliproject.org/ [title] => Bilievers Wanted! [stage_effect] => full_slide [read_more] => 1 [description] => Support The Bili Project so you don't have to lose a love one to this silent killer. There are many ways you can get involved and make a difference with The Bili Project Foundation. You can donate, volunteer your time, share your story or even suggest an event. [fancy_link variation="silver" link="http://thebiliproject.org/be-a-biliever/get-involved/"]Get Involved[/fancy_link] ) [#] => Array ( [slider_url] => [alt_attr] => [link_url] => [title] => [stage_effect] => staged_slide [description] => ) [slider_keys] => 2,1,3,# ) [blog_page] => 127 [blog_layout] => blog_layout1 [post_layout] => right_sidebar [post_like_module] => tab [post_comment_styles] => tab [display_full] => Array ( [0] => true ) [disable_post_author] => Array ( [0] => true ) [bitly_login] => [bitly_api] => [footer_columns] => 6 [footer_disable] => Array ( [0] => true ) [footer_teaser] => [footer_text] => Privacy Policy[span style="margin-right: 20px;"][/span]Terms Of Use[clearboth]© 2012 The Bili Project Foundation [sociable] => Array ( [3] => Array ( [icon] => facebook.png [color] => classic_16px [custom] => https://thebiliproject.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/facebook.png [link] => http://www.facebook.com/thebiliproject [alt] => Facebook ) [2] => Array ( [icon] => twitter.png [color] => classic_16px [custom] => https://thebiliproject.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/twitter.png [link] => http://www.twitter.com/thebiliproject [alt] => Twitter ) [0] => Array ( [icon] => youtube.png [color] => classic_16px [custom] => https://thebiliproject.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/youtube.png [link] => http://www.youtube.com/thebiliproject [alt] => Youtube ) [4] => Array ( [icon] => linkedin.png [color] => classic_16px [custom] => https://thebiliproject.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/linkedin.png [link] => https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-bili-project-foundation?trk=top_nav_home [alt] => ) [#] => Array ( [icon] => reddit.png [color] => classic_24px [custom] => [link] => [alt] => ) [keys] => 3,2,0,4,# ) [seo_home_title] => [seo_home_description] => [seo_home_keywords] => [seo_can] => Array ( [0] => true ) [seo_post_title_format] => [seo_page_title_format] => [seo_category_title_format] => [seo_archive_title_format] => [seo_tag_title_format] => [seo_search_title_format] => [seo_description_format] => [seo_404_title_format] => [seo_paged_format] => [seo_enablecpost] => Array ( [0] => true ) [seo_posttypecolumns] => Array ( [0] => post [1] => page [2] => portfolio ) [seo_use_tags_as_keywords] => Array ( [0] => true ) [seo_dynamic_postspage_keywords] => Array ( [0] => true ) [seo_category_noindex] => Array ( [0] => true ) [seo_archive_noindex] => Array ( [0] => true ) [seo_cap_cats] => Array ( [0] => true ) [seo_ex_pages] => [seo_post_meta_tags] => [seo_page_meta_tags] => [seo_home_meta_tags] => [archive_layout] => [archive_custom_sidebar] => [archive_custom_background] => Array ( [url] => [background-color] => [background-repeat] => repeat [background-attachment] => scroll [background-position] => left top ) [search_layout] => [search_custom_sidebar] => [search_custom_background] => Array ( [url] => [background-color] => [background-repeat] => repeat [background-attachment] => scroll [background-position] => left top ) [four_04_layout] => [four_04_custom_sidebar] => [four_04_custom_background] => Array ( [url] => [background-color] => [background-repeat] => repeat [background-attachment] => scroll [background-position] => left top ) [responsive_options] => mobile [mobile_slider] => default_slider [mobile_slider_custom] => [mobile_disable_shortcodes] => Array ( [0] => galleria [1] => slider [2] => tooltips [3] => jcarousel ) [mobile_custom_css] => [mobile_custom_js] => [custom_user_agents] => [admin_logo_url] => http://thebiliproject.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/CiplexLogo.png [import_options] => ) a:137:{s:12:"display_logo";s:4:"true";s:8:"logo_url";s:0:"";s:11:"favicon_url";s:68:"https://thebiliproject.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/RIBBON_PNG.png";s:13:"intro_options";s:7:"disable";s:13:"custom_teaser";s:0:"";s:18:"custom_teaser_html";s:0:"";s:11:"page_layout";s:12:"left_sidebar";s:10:"twitter_id";s:12:"webtreatsetc";s:12:"extra_header";s:0:"";s:21:"disable_page_comments";a:1:{i:0;s:4:"true";}s:13:"disable_cufon";a:1:{i:0;s:4:"true";}s:20:"breadcrumb_delimiter";s:1:"/";s:14:"analytics_code";s:0:"";s:10:"custom_css";s:0:"";s:9:"custom_js";s:0:"";s:18:"additional_headers";s:0:"";s:15:"homepage_layout";s:10:"full_width";s:20:"homepage_teaser_text";s:234:"The Bili Project is a Hepatobiliary Cancer Awareness and Research Program. It's mission is to reduce the incidence and improve the outcomes of Hepatobiliary cancers by promoting research to identify biomarkers and therapeutic targets.";s:18:"teaser_button_text";s:23:"[hidden]Donate[/hidden]";s:13:"teaser_button";s:4:"page";s:18:"teaser_button_page";s:4:"1174";s:20:"teaser_button_custom";s:10:"donate.php";s:7:"content";s:2064:"[one_third]
We Have Assembled an All-Star Research Team.
The all-star research team from the University of California, San Francisco Medical Center has joined in the fight to support our efforts to advance the understanding, detection, treatments and cures of Hepatobiliary cancers. [fancy_link textcolor="#666" link="https://thebiliproject.org/be-a-biliever/ucsf-tumor-bank"]LEARN MORE[/fancy_link] [/one_third] [one_third]
Support The Bili Project
Support the Bili Project so you don't have to lose a loved one to this silent killer. The Bili Project is working with University of California, San Francisco and partner institutions to create a tumor tissue bank which will advance research and find better early detection methods . [fancy_link textcolor="#666" link="https://thebiliproject.org/be-a-biliever/get-involved/"]GET INVOLVED[/fancy_link] [/one_third] [one_third_last]
Stay Informed with The Bili Project
The Bili Project aims to provide you with the latest in news, articles and education about the risks and symptoms of Hepatobiliary cancer and what is being done to improve and shed light on this complex group of diseases . [fancy_link textcolor="#666" link="https://thebiliproject.org/our-newsroom/"]ALL NEWS[/fancy_link] [/one_third_last]";s:16:"mainpage_content";s:0:"";s:22:"homepage_footer_teaser";s:708:"[one_fifth] [/one_fifth] [one_fifth] [/one_fifth] [one_fifth] [/one_fifth]";s:17:"image_resize_type";s:8:"timthumb";s:25:"one_column_portfolio_full";a:2:{s:1:"w";s:3:"920";s:1:"h";s:3:"634";}s:25:"two_column_portfolio_full";a:2:{s:1:"w";s:3:"441";s:1:"h";s:3:"304";}s:27:"three_column_portfolio_full";a:2:{s:1:"w";s:3:"282";s:1:"h";s:3:"194";}s:26:"four_column_portfolio_full";a:2:{s:1:"w";s:3:"202";s:1:"h";s:3:"139";}s:26:"portfolio_single_full_full";a:2:{s:1:"w";s:3:"980";s:1:"h";s:3:"675";}s:20:"one_column_blog_full";a:2:{s:1:"w";s:3:"920";s:1:"h";s:3:"460";}s:20:"two_column_blog_full";a:2:{s:1:"w";s:3:"441";s:1:"h";s:3:"220";}s:22:"three_column_blog_full";a:2:{s:1:"w";s:3:"282";s:1:"h";s:3:"141";}s:21:"four_column_blog_full";a:2:{s:1:"w";s:3:"202";s:1:"h";s:3:"101";}s:20:"small_post_list_full";a:2:{s:1:"w";s:2:"80";s:1:"h";s:2:"80";}s:21:"medium_post_list_full";a:2:{s:1:"w";s:3:"250";s:1:"h";s:3:"285";}s:20:"large_post_list_full";a:2:{s:1:"w";s:3:"601";s:1:"h";s:3:"373";}s:26:"additional_posts_grid_full";a:2:{s:1:"w";s:3:"237";s:1:"h";s:3:"164";}s:24:"one_column_portfolio_big";a:2:{s:1:"w";s:3:"660";s:1:"h";s:3:"455";}s:24:"two_column_portfolio_big";a:2:{s:1:"w";s:3:"317";s:1:"h";s:3:"217";}s:26:"three_column_portfolio_big";a:2:{s:1:"w";s:3:"202";s:1:"h";s:3:"139";}s:25:"four_column_portfolio_big";a:2:{s:1:"w";s:3:"145";s:1:"h";s:3:"100";}s:25:"portfolio_single_full_big";a:2:{s:1:"w";s:3:"660";s:1:"h";s:3:"455";}s:19:"one_column_blog_big";a:2:{s:1:"w";s:3:"660";s:1:"h";s:3:"330";}s:19:"two_column_blog_big";a:2:{s:1:"w";s:3:"317";s:1:"h";s:3:"158";}s:21:"three_column_blog_big";a:2:{s:1:"w";s:3:"202";s:1:"h";s:3:"101";}s:20:"four_column_blog_big";a:2:{s:1:"w";s:3:"145";s:1:"h";s:2:"72";}s:19:"small_post_list_big";a:2:{s:1:"w";s:2:"80";s:1:"h";s:2:"80";}s:20:"medium_post_list_big";a:2:{s:1:"w";s:3:"250";s:1:"h";s:3:"285";}s:19:"large_post_list_big";a:2:{s:1:"w";s:3:"431";s:1:"h";s:3:"267";}s:25:"additional_posts_grid_big";a:2:{s:1:"w";s:3:"172";s:1:"h";s:3:"118";}s:26:"one_column_portfolio_small";a:2:{s:1:"w";s:3:"690";s:1:"h";s:3:"475";}s:26:"two_column_portfolio_small";a:2:{s:1:"w";s:3:"331";s:1:"h";s:3:"228";}s:28:"three_column_portfolio_small";a:2:{s:1:"w";s:3:"211";s:1:"h";s:3:"145";}s:27:"four_column_portfolio_small";a:2:{s:1:"w";s:3:"151";s:1:"h";s:3:"104";}s:27:"portfolio_single_full_small";a:2:{s:1:"w";s:3:"690";s:1:"h";s:3:"475";}s:21:"one_column_blog_small";a:2:{s:1:"w";s:3:"690";s:1:"h";s:3:"345";}s:21:"two_column_blog_small";a:2:{s:1:"w";s:3:"331";s:1:"h";s:3:"165";}s:23:"three_column_blog_small";a:2:{s:1:"w";s:3:"211";s:1:"h";s:3:"105";}s:22:"four_column_blog_small";a:2:{s:1:"w";s:3:"151";s:1:"h";s:2:"75";}s:21:"small_post_list_small";a:2:{s:1:"w";s:2:"50";s:1:"h";s:2:"50";}s:22:"medium_post_list_small";a:2:{s:1:"w";s:3:"250";s:1:"h";s:3:"285";}s:21:"large_post_list_small";a:2:{s:1:"w";s:3:"450";s:1:"h";s:3:"279";}s:27:"additional_posts_grid_small";a:2:{s:1:"w";s:3:"180";s:1:"h";s:3:"124";}s:15:"homepage_slider";s:13:"fading_slider";s:11:"nivo_effect";s:0:"";s:11:"nivo_slices";s:0:"";s:15:"nivo_anim_speed";s:0:"";s:21:"static_slider_content";s:0:"";s:26:"static_slider_content_text";s:0:"";s:17:"responsive_effect";s:0:"";s:20:"responsive_direction";s:0:"";s:21:"responsive_anim_speed";s:0:"";s:12:"slider_speed";s:4:"4000";s:17:"slider_fade_speed";s:4:"slow";s:10:"slider_nav";s:4:"dots";s:18:"nivo_direction_nav";s:12:"button_hover";s:13:"slider_custom";s:6:"custom";s:16:"slider_cat_count";s:0:"";s:9:"slideshow";a:5:{i:2;a:7:{s:10:"slider_url";s:72:"https://thebiliproject.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/lighthouse_web.jpg";s:8:"alt_attr";s:0:"";s:8:"link_url";s:26:"http://thebiliproject.org/";s:5:"title";s:60:"Turning the Spotlight on Cancers of the Hepatobiliary System";s:12:"stage_effect";s:10:"full_slide";s:9:"read_more";s:1:"1";s:11:"description";s:310:"Bile duct cancer and other biliary system cancers are among the most difficult to detect. The Bili Project aims to create a bank of Hepatobiliary tumor specimens at UCSF to advance research. [fancy_link variation="silver" link="http://thebiliproject.org/be-a-biliever/ucsf-tumor-bank/"]Read More[/fancy_link]";}i:1;a:7:{s:10:"slider_url";s:72:"https://thebiliproject.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/lighthouse_web.jpg";s:8:"alt_attr";s:0:"";s:8:"link_url";s:26:"http://thebiliproject.org/";s:5:"title";s:29:"We Bilieve in Early Detection";s:12:"stage_effect";s:13:"overlay_slide";s:9:"read_more";s:1:"1";s:11:"description";s:378:"Learn to recognize the warning signs and symptoms which sometimes resembles other medical conditions or problems. Hepatobiliary cancers are the 7th leading cause of cancer death within the United State and the 3rd leading cause of cancer death worldwide. [fancy_link variation="silver" link="http://thebiliproject.org/be-proactive/know-the-signs/"]Know the Signs[/fancy_link]";}i:3;a:7:{s:10:"slider_url";s:66:"https://thebiliproject.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/believe4.jpg";s:8:"alt_attr";s:0:"";s:8:"link_url";s:26:"http://thebiliproject.org/";s:5:"title";s:17:"Bilievers Wanted!";s:12:"stage_effect";s:10:"full_slide";s:9:"read_more";s:1:"1";s:11:"description";s:380:"Support The Bili Project so you don't have to lose a love one to this silent killer. There are many ways you can get involved and make a difference with The Bili Project Foundation. You can donate, volunteer your time, share your story or even suggest an event. [fancy_link variation="silver" link="http://thebiliproject.org/be-a-biliever/get-involved/"]Get Involved[/fancy_link]";}s:1:"#";a:6:{s:10:"slider_url";s:0:"";s:8:"alt_attr";s:0:"";s:8:"link_url";s:0:"";s:5:"title";s:0:"";s:12:"stage_effect";s:12:"staged_slide";s:11:"description";s:0:"";}s:11:"slider_keys";s:7:"2,1,3,#";}s:9:"blog_page";s:3:"127";s:11:"blog_layout";s:12:"blog_layout1";s:11:"post_layout";s:13:"right_sidebar";s:16:"post_like_module";s:3:"tab";s:19:"post_comment_styles";s:3:"tab";s:12:"display_full";a:1:{i:0;s:4:"true";}s:19:"disable_post_author";a:1:{i:0;s:4:"true";}s:11:"bitly_login";s:0:"";s:9:"bitly_api";s:0:"";s:14:"footer_columns";s:1:"6";s:14:"footer_disable";a:1:{i:0;s:4:"true";}s:13:"footer_teaser";s:0:"";s:11:"footer_text";s:271:"Privacy Policy[span style="margin-right: 20px;"][/span]Terms Of Use[clearboth]© 2012 The Bili Project Foundation";s:8:"sociable";a:6:{i:3;a:5:{s:4:"icon";s:12:"facebook.png";s:5:"color";s:12:"classic_16px";s:6:"custom";s:66:"https://thebiliproject.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/facebook.png";s:4:"link";s:38:"http://www.facebook.com/thebiliproject";s:3:"alt";s:8:"Facebook";}i:2;a:5:{s:4:"icon";s:11:"twitter.png";s:5:"color";s:12:"classic_16px";s:6:"custom";s:65:"https://thebiliproject.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/twitter.png";s:4:"link";s:37:"http://www.twitter.com/thebiliproject";s:3:"alt";s:7:"Twitter";}i:0;a:5:{s:4:"icon";s:11:"youtube.png";s:5:"color";s:12:"classic_16px";s:6:"custom";s:65:"https://thebiliproject.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/youtube.png";s:4:"link";s:37:"http://www.youtube.com/thebiliproject";s:3:"alt";s:7:"Youtube";}i:4;a:5:{s:4:"icon";s:12:"linkedin.png";s:5:"color";s:12:"classic_16px";s:6:"custom";s:66:"https://thebiliproject.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/linkedin.png";s:4:"link";s:77:"https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-bili-project-foundation?trk=top_nav_home";s:3:"alt";s:0:"";}s:1:"#";a:5:{s:4:"icon";s:10:"reddit.png";s:5:"color";s:12:"classic_24px";s:6:"custom";s:0:"";s:4:"link";s:0:"";s:3:"alt";s:0:"";}s:4:"keys";s:9:"3,2,0,4,#";}s:14:"seo_home_title";s:0:"";s:20:"seo_home_description";s:0:"";s:17:"seo_home_keywords";s:0:"";s:7:"seo_can";a:1:{i:0;s:4:"true";}s:21:"seo_post_title_format";s:0:"";s:21:"seo_page_title_format";s:0:"";s:25:"seo_category_title_format";s:0:"";s:24:"seo_archive_title_format";s:0:"";s:20:"seo_tag_title_format";s:0:"";s:23:"seo_search_title_format";s:0:"";s:22:"seo_description_format";s:0:"";s:20:"seo_404_title_format";s:0:"";s:16:"seo_paged_format";s:0:"";s:15:"seo_enablecpost";a:1:{i:0;s:4:"true";}s:19:"seo_posttypecolumns";a:3:{i:0;s:4:"post";i:1;s:4:"page";i:2;s:9:"portfolio";}s:24:"seo_use_tags_as_keywords";a:1:{i:0;s:4:"true";}s:30:"seo_dynamic_postspage_keywords";a:1:{i:0;s:4:"true";}s:20:"seo_category_noindex";a:1:{i:0;s:4:"true";}s:19:"seo_archive_noindex";a:1:{i:0;s:4:"true";}s:12:"seo_cap_cats";a:1:{i:0;s:4:"true";}s:12:"seo_ex_pages";s:0:"";s:18:"seo_post_meta_tags";s:0:"";s:18:"seo_page_meta_tags";s:0:"";s:18:"seo_home_meta_tags";s:0:"";s:14:"archive_layout";s:0:"";s:22:"archive_custom_sidebar";s:0:"";s:25:"archive_custom_background";a:5:{s:3:"url";s:0:"";s:16:"background-color";s:0:"";s:17:"background-repeat";s:6:"repeat";s:21:"background-attachment";s:6:"scroll";s:19:"background-position";s:8:"left top";}s:13:"search_layout";s:0:"";s:21:"search_custom_sidebar";s:0:"";s:24:"search_custom_background";a:5:{s:3:"url";s:0:"";s:16:"background-color";s:0:"";s:17:"background-repeat";s:6:"repeat";s:21:"background-attachment";s:6:"scroll";s:19:"background-position";s:8:"left top";}s:14:"four_04_layout";s:0:"";s:22:"four_04_custom_sidebar";s:0:"";s:25:"four_04_custom_background";a:5:{s:3:"url";s:0:"";s:16:"background-color";s:0:"";s:17:"background-repeat";s:6:"repeat";s:21:"background-attachment";s:6:"scroll";s:19:"background-position";s:8:"left top";}s:18:"responsive_options";s:6:"mobile";s:13:"mobile_slider";s:14:"default_slider";s:20:"mobile_slider_custom";s:0:"";s:25:"mobile_disable_shortcodes";a:4:{i:0;s:8:"galleria";i:1;s:6:"slider";i:2;s:8:"tooltips";i:3;s:9:"jcarousel";}s:17:"mobile_custom_css";s:0:"";s:16:"mobile_custom_js";s:0:"";s:18:"custom_user_agents";s:0:"";s:14:"admin_logo_url";s:67:"http://thebiliproject.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/CiplexLogo.png";s:14:"import_options";s:0:"";}