I borrowed an anorak once for a trip to the backcountry. When I returned it I apologized for the smell. A week later the owner thanked me for the wonderful, smoky aroma-- she actually loved that nice campfire smell. Enjoy it. Unless your bike smells like zoopers, or burning hair. Seriously. How can your bike smell? Just washi it and ride it and it should air out just fine.
Take it to the car wash and blast it with that pink foaming soap, that stuff smells strong enough to knock the flies off a sh*t wagon, then ride it around in the rain to get a nice even coating of road crud on there. No one will notice after that.
One thing I leaned early in my bike riding career was that the smell you detect while riding is never your own. If you notice it when you stop at the lights then it may be you but generally it's the mug in front with the burned out brake pads.