Tropomyosin receptor kinases A (TrkA) is a potential therapeutic target for the treatment of numerous tumor types and chronic pain. However, most of the reported TrkA inhibitors are ATP competitive pan-Trks inhibitors that lack subtype selectivity. A selective TrkA inhibitor may provide valuable therapeutic benefits. Here, we described the discovery of novel TrkA allosteric inhibitors by structure-based virtual screening. A promising hit (D5261, TrkA cell IC = 3.32 μM) was selected for further studies. The binding free energy between TrkA and D5261 was calculated. In addition, the preliminary structure-activity relationship (SAR) studies with D5261 were investigated. The results suggest that D5261 can be used as a starting point for development of TrkA allosteric inhibitors.