Typical Copenhagen. A female citizen in a frightfully short skirt, stockings and boots speeding along the bike lane, carrying an enormous bag and chatting happily away on her mobile phone.
Most bike lanes in the city are separated from the motor traffic by a kerb [US: curb] and, on the other side, separated from the pavement [US: sidewalk] by another one.
In this case, above, the bike lane was recently widened and a thick white line separates the bikes from the vehicles.
No matter, really. Everyone knows which side of the line they need to be on.
In Copenhagen, motorists are just cyclists using cars. Almost everyone rides, so this co-existence is fundemental to keeping the peace on the streets.
There are confrontations, sure. Mad cyclists and mad motorists. One in every crowd. But generally, we all just get on with it.