Great vid, Blaze. Judging by the quality of the homes in your videos, Denmark clearly has a higher standard of living than most areas of the US. Are you biking through the rich folk neighborhoods or is that the typical Danish home?
Also, your land use (zoning) laws must be radically different from ours - we tend to relegate commercial/business to its own area, farming in another, and housing in yet another area (we also separate low-income housing from rich folk housing 'cause the rich folk don't want to rub elbows with the commoners). Whereas your countryside looks like the different land uses are intermixed substantially.
Also, I noticed barely any trees as you biked through the center of town. Why is that? I live in a coastal community in New Jersey, on the Atlantic Ocean, and my town would seem to be anti-tree as well - I have no idea why. It just fascinates me when people choose to denude their property, or their town, of trees. I suspect that builders/developers the world over like to start building on a tabula rasa as a matter of convenience. Then they begin to think that the austerity of a treeless landscape is somehow cleaner and more beautiful than what existed before the bulldozers came. Go figure.
Can't wait for the next vid to see more of your world!