If you managed 100 miles with no significant aches and pains, I would be certain that the bike is the right bike for you and is probably set-up correctly for you.
If you had serious aches and pains in your back, shoulders, neck or arms then possibly not.
Either way the fact you completed 100 miles would suggest it's not far off from being the perfect set-up for you. Bike sizes can vary from manufacturer to manufacturer and depending on whether it's a sloping or horizontal top tube. I'd go by how a you feel on the bike rather than rely on a magazine report and what it recommends.
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