I just wanted to thank everyone for all the info. I really would have been completely lost without it.
The ride went relatively well. I got a late start in the morning and left around 9:00, which was a mistake. Thankfully the head wind wasn't too bad and I made it to Tunitas Creek Road in a little less than 2h30m. I made the mistake of keep riser bars on the bike rather than drops, so that made staying in an aero position difficult, but I managed.
After almost 50 miles of riding, Tunitas Creek was a little painful. Thankfully riding in the shade and through the trees helped makeup for it. I made the mistake of bringing only 2 water bottles and 5 protein bars. All of which went rather quickly. While the ride in is a mile or 2 the actual climb is only 6. There's a marked spray painted on the far right side "6 miles to top". The first 3 miles of that are where the real climbing is. At mile 4 it starts to flatten out some and after that even some briefs downhill (very brief).
Riding from Hwy 35 (Skyline) was very fast and Hwy 92 was even faster. No problems at all with traffic and the view was gorgeous. There was a restaurant at the top of Hwy 35 that was closed, but I was still able to use a garden hose to fill my bottles back up.
I took Sawyer Camp Trail, which was pretty congested with walkers, runners and mother pushing strollers. It's a 6 mile long trail that follows the water reserve. The view is worth the extra time. And the outlet takes you right to a gas station. Thank god for it too because I was hungry as all hell.
I did have to make a call to my girlfriend at one point for navigation help. After Sawyer Camp Trail you take a left on Skyline and follow it for about 5 minutes, but it ends abruptly with no sign as to where it continues. If you're in a car you simply hop onto the 280 for 2 exits and get back on, but on a bike, no can do. So I took a left under the overpass of the 280 and rode north on a bike path(?) for a mile or so. Then it starts to run parallel to the 35. I then hoped on the 35 and rode it the rest of the way.
Thanks again for the help and hopefully this post will end up helping someone else out.