You have to be careful. I would not get out of the saddle for any hills and not push too hard. The harder you push the harder you breathe and the more your rib cage will move.
Try to find a comfortable position and engage your core to eliminate movement between the upper and lower body. Watch for bumps, just stop pedaling, raise your butt off saddle and keep knees slightly bent to take up shock.
I don't know how bad they hurt so this is the best I have. I have rode plenty with bad ribs and other things. Just keep it smooth, duration and intensity down.
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