4127 feet of climbing, 2444 feet of descent. 32 miles.
Our average halfway through the ride was 6 miles an hour. After the halfway point we picked it up to about 8 mph. That was after two very long descents which I took at about 24 mph (Dave did about them at about 30 mph). I'm not that brave. Plus he has wider tires that can absorb bumps better. We spent most of the 5 hours of actual riding time using our "granny" (lowest) gear. We were actually out and biking for 7 hours.
I did much better at keeping myself hydrated. We took quite a few little breaks and I was able to bike up the hills by just letting my mind wander and not getting too anxious about the hill itself. I spent most of the day in an anaerobic state since my heart rate was clearly going so fast that I couldn't speak easily (or at all) but I really felt ok about it all.
I saw a sign in a restaurant where I stopped for a bathroom break. It said "Worrying works. 90% of what I worry about never comes to pass". Well I've been worried about these two climbing days for the last six months and I did ok! They were tough days to be sure, but I did it!