@Jerry, I'd get off road if they went down that fast. There would be bodies/ bikes flying everywhere. Most that ride downhill on those tours don't look like they touched a bike in years and riding down that mountain with all the switchbacks I see their faces and some of them have that "This is not what I expected" look and are scared to death. Not the mindset you want to have riding down that mountain with cars flying past them. It is a 36 mile ride downhill and switchbacks all the way down to around the 3,500 foot level.
I normally ride at 30-35 mph around switchbacks but I have been doing this for a while(keeping right of double yellow lines). Other than touching breaks just before sharp turns, I don't use them going down mountain until I hit the side roads near the bottom.
As for coming over here, that would be great!
When I broke my collar bone last June it was my first(so far) broken bone in my life so I can't complain about that. It did take a while for it to mend and I now have a nice bump on left side where bones healed (one on top of the other part). They say the collar bone is stronger when it heals after a break.