You haven't done enough reading. Forget "hardship:" without riding experience you've got no idea how to assess risk, consequence, distance, difficulty, fitness....or anything else that might be relevant (like, for example, humility). So start by buying a bike, getting licensed, and riding a lot. No one can do that for you, much less on the internet.
And, as you'll see when you start inspecting your fellow riders, being "outdoorsmen" in "great shape" has little to do with any of the above. Really.
Second: that's not enough time, even for an experienced rider. You'd be riding hard, every day for a month straight. You can't do it, and neither can 98% of those reading this post. You won't like it, and will give up in disgust even if you don't get run down by an errant bache in a moment of inattention.
On the other hand, it might be that only by trying such silly stuff and failing miserably will you learn the necessary attitudes for later success. In which case, please carry on....but be sure to leave yourself some escape hatches along the way.
Hope this helps.
Edit to add: Oh my. I just noticed that you're thinking summertime. Don't forget to look into certain salient weather-related issues.