I have a bike but the question is also for a car of my neighbor. Both are parked in the garage where, sadly, some moron proved his moronity by doing something moronic, which caused a fire to flame.
Luckily, my beloved yellow vroom was spared of the heat but it's less yellow now. More precisely, it's dark brown. Very dark brown. It's because of the soot, of course.
So, I was about to ride to the wash but then I remembered something about the carbon being conductive for the electricity and I'm worried that if I ignite my sweetie. I'll turn it to a frying pan. And I prefer not to do that. The number of fires in our neighborhood has been sufficiently high already and we don't need another one.
I might be worrying for nothing but I rather ask this question than what to do when the bike is fried up.